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THE 193 4 




GERAMI F. RKHARUSON 

EDITOR 

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A7 .1 N AG E R 

.lOSKI'H I*. AI>EO 



CAMPANILE 

PUBLISHED BY 
THE STUDENTS OF 

RICE IIVSTITMTE 






VOLUME NINETEEN 



TO ONi: WHO IS GKNUINKl.V DKNOTEIJ 



TO KICE AND KICE STUDENTS: 



TO THE GENEROUS DONOK OK OUR 



SOCIAL CENTER, AUTKY HOUSE; 



TO A I) E A R L \ I) \ 



MKS. JAMEJii LOC KIIAKT ALTUY, 



r HIS It O O k IS RES R K C T F U L L Y 



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FOREWORD 



THE STAFF OF THIS NIISETEENTH VOLUME OF 
THE CAMPANILE HAVE ENDEAVORED TO SET DOWN 
IN PICTURES AND IN WORKS A SUMMARY OF THE 
ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS OF THE 1933-1934 
SCHOOL YEAR. IT IS OUR DESIRE THAT THIS BOOK 
WILL HELP TO PRESERVE FOR YOU SOME OF THE 
MEMORIES RELATED TO THIS YEAR AT RICE. IF 
THIS DESIRE IS FULFILLED, AND IF THE BOOK 
PLEASES YOU, WE SHALL BE PLEASED. 



CONTENTS 



ADMINISTU \ r ION 



CLASSES 



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ADMINISTRATION 



TO iiiie: xi>etee> thirty- foih 

Almost every vear I have liad tlie privilege of offering a few good wishes to tlie fresliinen from llie 
desk of the Phvsics Amphitlieatre and as many to the seniors on a page in the (Campanile. For vou 
in the autumn of 1930 I expressed the hope thai here you would become at home in the university 
and learn to find your wav about in the universe. Today I hope that from the opportunities lliis 
place has afforded you for the exercise of vour faculties vou have gained distinction in ipialities of 
mind and heart such as these: imagination: magnanimilv: tenacity of purpose: courage: generosity 
to ideas, individuals, and institutions: j)itv wherever pity is needed: and judgment. 

It i.s an array of very human activities that I have ascribed to vou. There is nothing new in I he 
array, for its several elements are hardy virtues as old as the spirit of man. Nor are they in any way 
peculiar to vou, for in some degree they are exemplified among all conditions of men. In the sequence 
as written there is little of logic, and not much consistency. But consistency and logic alone make 
hardh half a man. The point is thai these half dozen human qualities are essential alike to integrity 
of character and lo intellectual integrity. And if I had to arrange them in order of their relative im- 
portance and had to pick out the best of the seven for you. I should choose the first and the last: 
namely, imagination and judgment: while if you were sitting in judgment on me. I shoidd very much 
like to imagine that you migiit find some place in your estimate for at least one of tiic three: pit\. 
generosity, courage. 



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THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



JAMES ADDISO> BAKER: CHAIRMAN 

WILLIAM MARSH RICE. JR.: VICE-CHAIRMAN 

JOHN THADDEUS SCOTT: VICE-CHAIRMAN 

BENJAMIN BOTTS RICE: SECRETARY-TREASURER 

EDGAR ODELL LOVETT 

ALEXANDER SESSUMS CLEVELAND 

EDWARD ANDREW PEDEN 



OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION 

EDGAR ODELL LOVETT. PH.D.. SC.D.. LL.D. 

President 

HARRY ROVKK WEISKU. IMI.l). 

Dean 

SAMUEL GLENN McCANN, M.A. 

Registrar 



JOHN THOMAS MrCANTS, M.A. 
Bursar 




Ki)G\K (Tl)l5LL LovElT. Pli.D. (Virginia and Loipsic). IjL.I). 
(Drake. Tiilanc. and Bavior). Sr.D. ((ioiorado (JDlicge). fornicrlv 
i'rorossnr of MallKMiiatics in Princeton University, and later Head 
of the Department of Vstrononiv in the same institution: Professor 
of Mathenialies ami President of the Institute. 

II viun BoYEK Weiser, M.A. (Ohio State). Ph.U. (Cornell). 
formerly Assistant Instructor in Chemistry at Cornell University: 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry in the University of Tennessee; 
Instrnrtor in Chemistry at the Riee Institute: Professor of Cherais- 
lr\ and Dean of the Institute. 

Samiei. Clenn McCann. Ph.B. (Wooster). M.A. (Riee). for- 
merl\ Fellow in History at the Riee Institute: Instructor in Juris- 
prudence and Registrar of the Institute. 

.ToHV Thomas McCants. M.A. (Virginia and Yale), formerly 
Scholar at the Ifniversitv of Virginia and University Fellow at 
^ ale University: later Instructor in English at the Rice Institute: 
Instructor in Business Administration and Bursar of the Institute. 

SrocKTO?* AxsoN. M.A. (Weslevan). Litt.D. (Pittsburgh), 
F.II.D. (Wesleyan). LL.D. (Knox), formerly of the University of 
\ ermont and of Adelphi College: later Professor of English Litera- 
lurc ill Princeton University: Professor of English Literature. 

Hoiiicn r (in \_\yiLLE Cai>dwell. B.A. (Wooster). Ph.D. (Prince- 
Ion L niversitv;. formerly Professor of Economics in the (!(illcg<' of 
Wooster: later Assistant Professor of 1 1 istorN at the Rice Institute: 
Professor of American History: absent on leave. 

Asa Ci!\\\F()R|) ('.ha\di.er. B.A. (Cornell). Ph.D. (California). 
formerU Assistant Professor of Zoology and Physiology at Oregon 
\gricultinal College; Instructor in Biology at the Rice Institute; 
later Research Associate of the School of Tropical Medicine, 
(ialcutta. India: Professor of Biology. 

(iliif'FiTH CoNRAt) Evans. Ph.D. (Ilaryard). formerly Inslriirlor 
in Mathematics at Harvard liniversity: .Sheldon Fellow of llar\ard 
I niversitx at the I niversitv of Rome: later Assistant Professor 
of Pure Mathematics al the Rice Institute: I'rofessor of Pure 
Mathematics. 

M \x Frei ND. Ph.D. (Leipsic). fornu-rK Assistant Lecturer in 
the German Language and Literature al Liverpool I iiiversit\ 
College: Royal Professor of German and Teutonic Philology in 
(Queens Lhiiversity of Belfast. Ireland, and Examiner in the Roval 
University of Ireland: later Professorial Lecturer in Modern Eng- 
lish at the I niversitv of Giesscn an<l Marburg. (Germany: Professor 
of German. 

Clmde WiLLtAM Heaps. B.S. (Northwestern). Ph.D. (Prince- 
ton), formerly (Mass of I860 Experimental Science I'tdlow of 
Princeton University; Instructor in Physics at the University of 
Missouri; Instructor in Physics, and later Assistant Professor of 
Physics at the Rice Institute: Professor of Physics. 



Herbert Kay Hi mphrey. B.S. in E.E. (Illinois). M.S. in E.E. 
(Hlinois). formerly Assistant Consniting Engineer of the General 
Electric Company: Instrnctor in Electrical Engineering, and later 
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at the Rice Institute: 
Professor of Electrical Engineering: absent on leave. 

Alan Digald McKillop. Ph.D. (Harvard), former! v Instruc- 
tor in English at the University of Illinois: Instructor in English 
and later Assistant Professor of English at the Kice Institute: 
Professor of English. 

Marcel Morwd. Agrege de FEniversite de France. Docleur 
es Leltres (Paris), formerly Instructor in French at the L niversity 
of Minnesota and at Princeton L'niversity: later Associate Profes- 
sor of French at the L niversity of Toronto: I'rotcssor of I^rench. 

Joseph Horace Pound. B.S. in M.i;. (Missouri), formerlv 
Instructor in the School of the Westinghouse Machine (!oin|)anv: 
Instructor in Mechanical Engineering and later Assistant Profes- 
sor of Mechanical F^ngineering at the Rice Institute: Professor of 
Mechanical Engineering. 

Lewis Babcock Ryon. Jr.. C.E. (Lehigh). fornierK Instrnctor 
in Civil Engineering and later Assistant Prcjfessor of Civil Engi- 
neering at the Rice Institute: Professor of Civil Engineering. 

Harry Alexander Scott. Ph.D. ((^ohnnhia). formerlv In- 
structor in Physical Education at (^olundiia I iiiversitv, and Pro- 
fessor of Physical Education at the I niversity of()regon: Professor 
of Phvsical Education. 

John Willis Slaighti:k. B. \. fLondiard). Ph. J). (Michigan). 
formerly Lecturer on Sociology in the School ol Economics at the 
LIniversitv of London: Lecturer in (Civics and Philanthropv. 

Radoslav Andrea Tsanoff. B.A. (Oberlin). Ph.D. (Cornell), 
lormerly Sage Fellow of (Cornell L iiiversitv: Instructor in Philoso- 
[)hv at Clark Lniversitv: later Assistant Professor of I'liilosopliN 
at the Rice Institute: Professor of PhiloMiphv. 

\\ ILLIAM W AiiD \\ ATKiN. B.S. ill Arcli. (Pciins\ 1\ aiiia), M.A.I.- 
A., formerly Scholar in Architecture in the LTiiiversity of Pennsyl- 
vania: Associate Architect with Messrs. Cram and Ferguson, the 
supervising architects of the Institute; Instructor in An hitecture 
and later Assistant Professor of Architecture at the Rice Institute: 
Professor of Architecture. 

Harold Albert Wilson. F.R.S., M.A. ((Janihridg<'). M.Sc. 
(\ictoria). D.Sc. (London), formerlv IHiI Exhiliilion Scholar of 
Leeds LTniversity; Allen Scholar and (ilerk Maxwell Student of 
Cambridge Lniversity; Scholar in Phvsics of London L niversity: 
Fellow of Trinity College. Cambridge LTniversity: Professor ol 
Physics in King's College, London: Professor of Phvsics in McGill 
University; Professor of Physics at the Rice Institute: later Profes- 
sor of Natural Philosophy in the LIniversity of Glasgow: Professor 
of Pliysics. 




FACULTY ROSTER 



Viigil Charles Aldiich. Ph.D.; In.structor in Philosophy 
Edg-av Altenburg, Ph.D.; Ass't Professor of Biology 
Stockton A.xson, Ph.D.; Professor of English Literature 
Joseph Lloyd Battista. M.A.; Instructor in Spanish and 

Italian 
.Andre Georges Bourgeois, Bachelier en Droit (Paris); 

Instructor in French 
Hubert Evelyn Bray, Ph.D.; Ass't Professor of Mathe- 
matics 
Charles Lowman Browne, B. Arch.; Instructor in Archi- 
tectural Construction 
F'rederic William Browne; Instructor in Architectural 

Drawing and Painting 
Andrew Bonnell Bryan, Ph.D.; Instructor in Physics 
Robert Granville Caldwell. Ph.D.; Professor of American 

History 
Carroll Camden. Jr., Ph.D.; Instructor in Klnglish 
Lynn Marshall Case, Ph.D.; Instructor in History 
.\sa Crawford Chandler, Ph.D.; Professor of Biology 
James Chillman. Jr., M.A.I. A., Ass't Professor of Archi- 
tecture 
Robert Rae Crookston, B.S., in M. E.; Instructor in Me- 
chanical Engineering 
Charles Hewitt Dix, Ph.D.; Instructor in Mathematics 
Griffith Conrad Evans, Ph.D.; Pr<ifessor of Pure Mathe- 
matics 
Lester R. Ford. Ph.D.; Ass't Professor of Mathematics 
Max Freund. Ph.D.; Professor of German 
Joseph Stephen Gallegly, Jr., Ph.D.; Instructor in English 
Allen Darnaby Garrison, Ph.D.; Ass't Professor of Physi- 
cal Chemistry 
Arthur J. Hartsook, M. S.; Ass't Professor of Chemical 

Engineering 
Claude William Heaps, Ph.D.; Professor of Physics 
Joseph William Hendren, M. A.; Instructor in English 
Gilbeit Leslie Hermance. M.A.; Instructor in Physical Edu- 
cation 
Claude Edgar Hooton, M.A.; Instructor in Architecture 
Herbert Kay Humphrey, M. S.; Professor of Electrical 

Engineering 
Harvey Leroy Johnson, M.A.; Instructor in Spanish 
Joseph Estil Jones, M.A.; Instructor in Spanish 
Floyd Seyward Lear, Ph.D.; Ass't Professor of History 
Edgar Odell Lovett, Ph.D.; Professor of Mathematics 
Jarmon Alvis Lynch, Ph.D.; Instructor in Education 
Samuel Glenn McCann, Ph.B.; Instructor in Jurisprudence 
John Thomas McCants, M.A.; Instructor in Business Ad- 
ministration 
Alan Dugald McKillop, Ph.D.; Professor of English 
Heinrich Meyer, Ph.D.; Instructor in German 
Walter Peter Miksch, M. A.; Instructor in French 
John Marshall Miller, B.S. in E. E.; Instructor in Engi- 
neering Drawing 
Marcel Moraud, Docteur es Lettres; Professor of French 
Lewis Morton Mott-Smith, Ph.D.; Instructor in Physics 
Henry Oscar Nicholas, Ph.D.; Instructor in Chemistry 
Eugene Jean Oberle, M.S.; Instructor in French 
Frank Acklen Pattie, Jr., Ph.D.; Ass't Professor of Psy- 
chology 
Joseph Horace Pound, M.E.; Professor of Mechanical Engi- 
neering 



George Holmes Richter, Ph.D.; Instructor in Organic 

Chemistry 
Lewis Babcock Ryon, Jr., C.E.; Professor of Civil Engi- 
neering 
Arthur Ferdinand Scott, Ph.D.; Instructor in Analytical 

Chemistry 
Harry Alexander Scott, Ph.D.; Professor of Physical Edu- 
cation 
Joseph Robert Shannon, M.A.; Instructor in Economics 
Fred Vernon Shelton, M.A.; Instructor in French 
Edwin Joe Shimek, M.S.; Instructor in Electrical Engi- 
neering 
Verne Franklin Simons, M.A., C.P.A.; Instructor in Eco- 
nomics 
John Willis Slaughter. Ph.D.; Lecturer in Civics and 

Philanthropy 
Morris Albion Stewart, Ph.D.; Instructor in Biology 
Joseph David Thomas, M.A.; Instructor in English 
Radoslav Andrea Tsanoff, Ph.D.; Professor of Philosophy 
Leo Vernon Uhrig, B.S. in C.E.; Instructor in Civil Engi- 
neering 
James Stephen Waters, B.S.; Instructor in Electrical Engi- 
neering 
William Ward Watkin, B.S.; Professor of Architecture 
Harry Boyer Weiser, Ph.D.; Professor of Chemistry 
Hugh Clayton Welsh, M.D.; Instructor in Biology 
Russell Eugene Westmeyer, Ph.D.; Instructor in Eco- 
nomics 
William Erickson White, B.S. in C.E.; Instructor in Civil 

Engineering- 
George Wesley Whiting, Ph.D.; Instructor in English 
George Guion Williams, M.A.; Instructor in English 
Harold Albert Wilson. D.Sc; Professor of Physics 

ASSISTANTS AND FELLOWS 

Edwin P'ord Beckenbach, Ph.D.; Ass't in Mathematics 

Tom Wilkerson Bonner, B.S.; Fellow in Physics 

Paul Livingstone Burlingame, M.A.; Fellow in Biology 

Robert Moreland Cole, B.S. in Ch.E.; Fellow in Chemistry 

Joseph Ilott Davies, M. S.; Ass't in Biology 

Alice Crowell Dean, M.A.; Fellow in Mathematics 

George Alvin Garrett, M.A.; Fellow in Mathematics 

George Robert Gray, M.A.; Fellow in Chemistry 

Joseph Williams Hahn, B.A.; Fellow in Mathematics 

Lee Hodges, B.S.; Ass't in French and Spanish 

Wilson Mathis Hudson, M.A.; Ass't in English 

Frank House Hurley, Jr., B.A.; Fellow in Chemistry 

John Tom Hurst, M.A.; Fellow in Mathematics 

Hegar Charles Kriegel, B.S. in E.E.; Ass't in Electrical 

Engineering 
Barnes Fletcher Lathrop, M.A.; Fellow in Chemistry 
Addison Stayton Nunn, B.S.; Fellow in Architecture 
Joe Marion Parker, M.S.; Fellow in Biology 
William Grosvenor Pollard, B.A.; Fellow in Physics 
Mildred M. Sullivan, Ph.D.; Fellow in Mathematics 
Millard Seals Taggart, M.A.; Fellow in Chemistry 
Robert William Talley, B.S.; Fellow in Architecture 
John Murray Thompson, M.S.; Ass't in Mathematics 
Frances Douglas Ward, M.A.; Fellow in Biology 
Ralph Woodrow Wilson, M.A.; F'ellow in Chemistry 



HALL COMMITTEE 

Winston S. Peeler C.hainiuin. first term 

Fred C. Alter Chairman, scconil term 

Wilson Hig(;inb()Tham Hi(;o Osterman 

Joe Lagow Robert Schulze 

William McKay Richard Lilliott. Jk. 



ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

0//iV(>/-,s 

Thomas ^X^ Mooke "23 President 

Mary Sanford Campbell "29 I ice- President 

E. F. Kalb '16 Secietarv-l'redsiirer 

Weldon B. Cabamss '28 Execiitire Secretary 

Executive Hoard 

Miller H. Alexander "23 P):U-:U 

Mrs. Estelle Streetman Lindsey "20 1932:35 

Harvin C. Moore "27 l<J32-35 

Mrs. Olive Erkel Bell '19 l933-3(> 

Lewis D. Fisher "25 I>li3.3() 

Lawrence A. Hamilton "29 " R" Association 

W. M. Standish "16 Retired President 

T. F. Lighthouse "24 Port trthnr ('In!) 




STUDENT ASSOCIATION 



Sc-llulzc 
Zonor 



Talley 

WailifM 

McCants 



\h-o 

Flowers 

Walkiiis 



lli'will 
ItariiK'i 
Morris 



Officers 
Bob Shilze President 

Makg \RKT Zknor Vice-President 

Hallee Beth Talley Secrel(ny 

Jack Warfield Treasurer 

Donald McCants. . .Cauncibnan-dl-lurge 

Joe Aleo \ 

Elliott Flowers , Senior Meniliers 

Thomas Watkins ) 



BowE Davls llE\MTr I 

Knox Banner juninr Members 

Irwin Morris ) 





James Lee ( 






Clyde Hanks ( 


. . Sophomore Meniliers 


Loe 






Hanks 






ISalclwirl 


Jiv\N Baldwin . . 


.... Frcslmiiin Menihei 



WOMANS COUNCIL 

Stella McNeir President 

Madeline Freeman / icc-l^rcsidcnt 

MiLOKEU \l alone. . . . ScvrcKirv-'rrcasiirer 

DoROTiit (^uiN Mciiihcr-dl-ldrge 

Collier (]ooke Junior Mcinlwr 

KATfiERiNE Pearson ( 

Charlotte McKinnev I Soph, \h-mhcrs 

M vii.ioRiE Nttze FrcshiiKui Mciuhcr 

HONOR COUNCIL 

TllOM \S \\ \TKINS President 

M \in (IwiTT I ice-President 

W iLLL\M Cook | 

OrmxnI) DlNLAP ( Senior Members 

Earl Barnes i 

John Crooker . Junior Memhers 

Edward Oppenheimer ' 

Clifton Hogge ( 

John Glenn Yeager ( .. .Soph. Members 



McNeir 



Malor 
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I'rMls.in 
\1, Kiinicy 
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Walking 

C^ivill 

Cook 



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CLASSES 




SENIORS 




ViivMs. ( '.I. \iu:n<;i-; \\ i:si,i;\ ; li.V. 
lOcit'iii.'criiif; Sdcirly ■:i(l-';ll. 



Houston 



\inM-.. C. Uuinuii; Its. ill E.E. I>rnis<ni 

\.l.l':.li. ':!(t-':U, Chiiirrnan ':!:i: I'liysiis 1(1(1 \ssl. 
':ll-':il; Engiin'criiif; Sliows ':((l-'.'!2 ':il. I'lililiiily 
^l^•|■. ':U; EiifiiiuM'rin^ Sociely '29-';ll. Secy. ';j;t; Eii- 
;;irn'iTiil^^ I'^dilor of 'rliri'sluT '33-'3t. 

\hi:<i. .Ii>si;i'ii I*\-|Hh:k; li.A. lloiishtn 

WMy Club; I'lr-Liiw; li&Quill: Sluili-Til Council; 
Bus. Mfrr. Cnnipniiilc; .Ir. Prom. Cornin.; Rinfr 
CoTuiiiiThroslu-r ':i(l; Driinuilif Cluh. Ticiis ':i2-'.!:!; 
hi-i-iik-Tiainiu^ Diinrr Cominillee "liH. 



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Ihmslnn 



\i, I.I.N. .lollN "^ . ; 1>.S. IN C.l'l llintslon 

V.S.C.E. 'iil-'IM. Vici'-Presiileiil Itli-'iil; EuKiiieer- 
iiiK Soc.iely '29-';i t. 

\ii.K\, Kobp:ht: B..\. Ilonaton 

'I'l'nili.s ':i2-'IJ4: Sporls l^diUir of ( '.iniipaiiilc; DrLi- 
iiialir Club. 



\i.ii.n. 1"'hi-:dC..; h.\. Sun Antonio 

I'lc-Law, Pri-s. ':!:i -ill; lialK Club ':i2-':!S; Tennis 
Co-Captain ■:53-':U; Hall Conuilit (.■.■; CraiuiiiT Club. 



\M.lu.;»s, H. II.; B..\. 



Ilinislni, 



\mihis. W hairtiii. r. \ llouslitn 

M.S.C., '24-':! 1, I'rcs. ':i(l-':il; EiiKi riilf,' Society 

■:io-':u. 



\ a\iil n. Lll> \ L \(:\ ; 11. \. 
I' \ I.S. 

\.-HliI n\. \1 Mil Ll.i,; l'.,\. 

\ N, SiiIIhmin \uib.w : I'. \ 

Ti.H k ■:ll ■:'.l; II \ssiici,iliun 



I'm N. \i I I ; I'. \ 



llnu^lni, 



lirrnirillr 



llmtsliin 



lloilsl,,,, 



r.iniu. I!i III lal/Miilii; I! \ tl'iushin 

^.\\.C..\.; Crauiiicr Club; ■I'liiiiis Club; Kicucll 
Club ■iSd-'lie; Draiiialic Club. 

r.M I II. .li.ui.i,; l; S lli.nsh,,, 



Boone, James P.; B.A. 

Boone, William J.; B.S. l\ C.E. 



New Orleans, La. 
Fort Worlli 



BowEN, Lenoir; B..\. IhniNlon 

E.BX.S.; May Felo ';il-';i:i; Kin.il K:.ll f:ominiUee; 
Women's Council '31-"UIS. 



BowuNd, Leslie H.: B.,\. 
Pi Dflla Phi. 

Boyd. Alice Lynn; B. \. 

Glee Club: R & Quill; C;nn|.iniilc 

Brkeuino. Ci.mik; B. \. 



1 1 on s Ion 



Ifitnslon 



llunslon 



Briggs, Cornelia Pi:^ion; IV \. 



ilouslon 



Brogdon. Hubert: B.S. in M.Iv Ifonsinn 

EngineeriiiK Soi'icly; A. .S. M.Iv: Kin. M;in;i|;iT of Kii- 
gineers' Ball. 

Brook.siiere, II\zei. Minn: V>.\. fhuislon 



Bri MMETT, Tom: B \ P'nu- filnir. \rk\ 

Pre-Law '30-':U; BaskrtlKill :V.\. :,\. 

Bru^er, Glenn \\(mh): R.\. Ilinislint 

BiiTciiER. Ernest Dell; li.S. in C.I'^ llonslon 

Phi Lambda Upsiloii. 



Calvin, Howard B<>\< ii; IV \. Houston 

Pre-Law '31-';53; Rally Club ';i(l-':il: Senior Decor- 
ation Comm.; Mjair. of Psycholo^'y Dcpl.; Engineer- 
ing Show "M: Freshman Foolball: Rus. Mgr. of 
Dramatic Club ':U-":i2. 

Carroll. Bobroy Charles: B.A. Ifonslon 

Vice-Pres. i\rchitectural Society '33. 

Cavitt, Mary: B.A. Houston 

O.W'.L.S.; Honor Council '33-'34. 





(-nnisTiAN, Fhancivs: Ii..\. 

t'.i.wcooL. Mahtka Jane; B..V. 
Pi Dolla Phi. 

CONXKLL, RlTli: l'».\. 



Uniishm 
lltnislon 

(iilnifr 



Cook. John Kdwamd; R. A. Illusion 

r.hairnuiii Sophomore P.iill Ml; H;ill> (JiiW. Kxec. 
Coinm. ";U-';i;i; Dnimalit' Club; Owl SlatV; (^lampa- 
nilp Stair: Jr, Prom Comm.; Sonior Ring Comin.; 
C.hrmaii. l^'iriiil Rail: Danri' Comm. 

Cook, William; B.S. in M.E. Beaumont 

Rally Club ''.V^■, Jr. Prom Comin. 'I!2; Honor Coun- 
cil ':53; Final Rail Comm. '34. 



1>\i,i-:y. DoiKi 
K.R.L.S. 



MoiLTOM H \. 



II.HIsh. 







I)\\is, M \n\ 1m,i/.\hi:i h; B.A. 


UiHisUin 


Hii.L. Frank C; B.,\. 


Munritv, La. 


Dio.NNK. Katiikhim:: B.A. 


llnushm 


E.B.L.S., Picsidfiii -.a-':i\. 





l).>\M.i>. I'lioMAs li.; }!.A. 

\ii liilr. luriil S<„i,l> : liiilK Cliili. 

1>ONOGIIUE, VlNf;RNT; B.A. 

Ually Club; Pre-Law. 

l~)oiiGLAS, Eaui.J! C; B.A. 
I*rn-La\v. 



I'asu,l,;i,l. Cid. 



Ilniisinn 



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1)1 M.M'. \, I) ; 11. \. 



Il„nsl„n 



Hn-rkrnruhir 



1)1 M.U', (lii\ioM> l';AnL; B.A. Iliiiisluii 

.Senior Bop. Honor Council '.'M : Grador B..\. MU), 
Kro. 200; Honorable Mention Crahain Baker .Shi- 
<lciilshi|) •:!!: Dirkson Scholar 'M: l>lii Hela Kappa. 



DuTsoN. Keith; B.S in Ch.E. 

Ehlkrt. Lalla Lee; B.A. 
O.W.L.S 



League (lily 



Houslon 



Ekholm, Wesley C; B.S. in Ch.E. Fl. Worth 

Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Jr. Eiifiiiieer- 
ing Scholar; Honorable JMenlioii for Graham Baker 
Student. 



Falk, Bessie; B.A. 

Farnswobth, W. M.; B.S. in E.E. 
A.LE.E. 

Feder. Leon; B.S. in Ch. E. 



Ilinisfim 



Fdubank.s 



Flowers, Elliott G.; B.A. Houslon 

Freshman Basket, Ball; Bally Club 'Xi-'^U Pub. 
Comm. Break Training Dance '33; Pre-Law '33-'31; 
Thresher '31-'32: Jr. Prom Comm.; .\ssl. Ed. Bice 
Owl '32-"33; Editor "31: Invitation Comm.; Student 
Council *33-'3l; Dramatic Club. 

Freeman. ALvnELiXE; B..\. llnuslon 

O.W.L.S., Vice-Pres. *33-'34; Women's Council. 
Vice-Pres. '33-34; Campanile Staff '32-'31; B & 
Quill '32-'3t; Jr. Prum Comm.: M;iy Fete. 

Geiselman, (trover; B.S. in Ch.E. Houslon 

Pres. Senior Class '34; Rally Club; Duiu .■ (_'.omin.; 
Engineering Society. 



GoNZAi,!/. ()(.i\i\: B.A. 

Spanisli ("lub. Pres. '31; Tennis Club. 

Graeter, Vrtiu r: B.A. 
Exec. Comm. S<Miior Class. 

Graf. H \zi:l M vv; B.A. 



Houslon 



Houslou 



\rlini/ton 



Greadv. Du.xalu Miller; B.A. 
M.S.U. 

Griffin, Sufarah; B.A. 

Hall, Corinne E.; B.A 



ilonslnr, 

Houslon 
Uouslini 





1 1 \i I . M \n I ti \ Lmisi;: B.\. 



B.S.U. 



Uniislui, 



Ilouslon 



II \i,i.M\N. I!\i iMi .!.: IV \. Miidttml 

\ssl. \t-i. liitil. Dcpl: Knjjimi'rinK Show; l»lii Hcia 
Kiippa; Biology Ilciul .Vssislanl and (iriitlcr. 



ll\Mii,i„ UwMoNK Dali:; B.A. 



I Mtms. Mahv <;.; B..\. 
■rrrmis Club ';i2-'3:i. 



Hkdkick. Mahy Emmie; B.A. 
OWLS. 



Ari'dtlii, i'.dlo. 



Uouslon 



Hon stiff I 



lli;Ni»j;n,so[\. Khai\<:i;s Ni-;ll; B.A. 
HiNM.N. Maio B.: li.V. 



Hohhy 
I'linitv 



IlKvrK, Lkonoha; h.\. Houston 

P.V.L.S.; IMii B.-tn kiippa: Dniriialir Cliil.. 



Hicic;ii\Boi')i AM, Wii.soin; B.\. Cnintlrn, \rk. 

Ui.lly Club 'iU-'iVl, Secy. ';i;i. Virf-l»n-s. "M; Holi.-n- 
Ihal Scholar ':J2. "lU; E.B.L.S. Scholar ':U. 



IIk.ii, ()s<:ah; U.S. in Ch.E. 

IIOblXICH, Wt^HNKH FhA'NK; B.A. 

Pre-Medical. 



'l\\ritrkotiii, \rk. 
Huusloii- 



)n\(in. K mukiunk; B..\. 



Ill lllll.l^^.|(^^. \1 \ll\ lilvTH; B.A. 

Dramatic Club, Secy. ':^2-'33. 



HuTCMKSO.N. \1 \in ISi;; B.A. 
P.A.L.S.: Urariiiili.' Club 



\n/inon: <tkl,i- 
H on si on 

f ion si on 



.h:ssLip, Wn.LiAM. .1.; B.A. 
Kkating, Gladys Marv; B.A. 
Kkhbow. Elizabeth; B.A. 



UousUw 



Htmsliin 



I If 'lis hit I 



Knodel. Miriam; B.A. Ihuislon 

Tennis Club '3I-';i4. Pros. ':U: Tlm-shrr Slall ':i I - 
"34; Basket Ball ■3l-"34; Spanish C.luh 'ni-'^J. 
Y.W.C.A. '32-'33; R & Quill. 

Kn\M/.. \hk; B.A. < :iiiriniiali, Ohio 

Treus. Arrhiteclural Suciely; Dranialir Cluh. 



Lacy, Ii>v Oi i i ; B.A. 

E.B.L.S.; Campanilr SlafV. 



llnuslon 



LaNCA^STKH. .Vl,l»K^ LlKKOHlt; B. \. 

Lainca.si i;n, I';ut;\H IIkinby; B.A. 
IjANDau, Mila; B.A. 



Hi)iisUtrt 
Hi.itshm 



Lanuau. Tola; B.A. 

Lai bit, Ei>\Ti\ : H. \ 

Spanish Club "31; ThreshtT "33. 



tlonshin 



Uouslun 



Lawsox. Margarlt Kose; B.A. Ihnishn 

Sophomore Ball Comm.; Honor Council "31-";t2. 



Ledereh. Alois C, Jr.: B.S. in C.K. Houston 

Engineering Society '30-"3t, Pres. *3l; A.S.C.E. '30- 
'34; C.E. Mgr. Engineering Show '34. 



Le Grand, Leslie; B.A. 
Leigh, Robert Sidney: B.A. 



Patfstine 
Houslon 





Lenoir, Walteb Frank; B.8. in Ch.E IJouslim 
Enj;iiu'oii[iy Society. 

Lr.\vis. M. M.; B.S. in Ch.E. Unushm 

LocJGiNs, Mary Elizabeth; B..\. Iliiinhlr 



LoLLAR, Thomas IIkward; BA. Pdul's \tillpv. OkUt. 



Long, Doris; P>.\. 

Lowe-:, Burford; B.S, in E.E. 



Hoiisinn 

Dallas 



Maniscai.i.;*). I'kich; ii.A. 
Thresher, Editor 'liL 



Ilunslon 



M \Nsi ii,i,!», T(»M\iii; (;r\(;i.;; B. \. Bandtra 

B.S.U.; Y.W.A.; Tennis CInh; Y.W.C.A. 



M\n>H\i.i.. HoBKRT W.; B.\. 
Ari'hileetural Society. 



Unaslan 



Masskv, i\L\RroN: B.A. 

l^rnrn.ilie C.luh; Crannier Cluh. 



ilnnsla 



M \TTiZA. C1IA8. A., .Ii^-; B.S. in Ch.E. Ilnusfan 

En^nneering Soeiel y. 



M\Tro\. \l(inRrs(»N William; B.A. Camden. Ark. 



McCants, Donald; B.A. Ilonslan 

Bally Club, Pres.; Bally Club Forma! '32; Council- 
man-at-large; Soph. Ball Comm.; Sr. Ring Conim.; 
Jr. Prom Comm.: Exec. Cuinni. Sr. Class; Student 
Assn.; Dance Comm. 

McNkir, Stella; H.\. Ilotishni 

O.W.L.S., Treas. '32; Women's Council '32-'34, 
Pros. '34; StudenI Council '32; R & Quill, Vice 
Pres. "32; CaniiKuiilc '32-"3L Associale Editor "32; 
Invitation ConniL 

McNuTT, Flovo: B.,\. LUlle Hock, Ark. 

Auditor StudenI Publications '31; (irador B.A. 200 
'33. B.A. 400 '34; Mgr. Eco. DepL. Engineering 

Show "34. 



Meadows, Henry Edward; B.A. San Angela, TeX. 
Rally Club '31-'34; Pres. Freshman Class '31. 



Mehr, Charlie Dexter; B.S. 
Meyeb, Pauline; B. \. 



Iftxiston 
11 oil slot I 



Moellkh, \\ . L. HicHABD; B.S. ill Cli.K. llou^lon 

Morrison, Ronald; B.A. Lung Beach, Ciif. 

Glee Club ':J()-":il ; Vrcli. SocL^ty '32-"3l; Dranialic 
Club "34. 



Morrison, Will Earl; B.S. in Ch.E. 



Houston 



MosK, Milton S. : B.S. in CI 


.E. 


HoitsUm 


Phi Lambda Upsilon. 






MliSGRt!VK, TUOMA.S; B.A. 




Uouslini 


Myers. Harry; B.S. in C.E. 




Palesliiie 



Nachlas, Otto Melvin; B.A. llouslaii 

Chairman uf Exec. Comm.; Jr. Prom Comm.; Fresh- 
man Picnic Connn.; Ring Comm.; Dramatic Club; 
Tennis. 

Nagai, -Maky .\ik(.; B.A. 



Neilon, Bernkce; B.A. 



Alnieda 
Ilntishm 



Nemir, Ralph; B.A. iXavasola 

Rally Club; Cranmer Club. Pres. '31; Golf ■3i-"31. 

Nicholson, Gordon B., Jr.; B.A. Houslon 

Freshman Thresher, Bus. Mgr. ; Honor Council "31; 
Owl "31; Chrman. Soph. Ball; B & Quill; Jr. Class 
Pres.; Pres. Student Ass'n; Sr. Banquet Comm.; 
Board of Begents for Autrey House; Fuolball "31- 
'33; R Association. 







NoRRis, Mary Eleanor; B.A, 
Tennis Club '34. 



ilouslu/t 






O'FiEL, J. C. Dudley. Jr.: B.S. in E.E. Houslon 

Kngineerintr Society '30-'34: Vice Chairman A.l.E.K. 
Mfjr. E.E. Dept. Engineerinj; Show '31. 

Oliphint, Mary Jacqueline; B.A. Houston 

Cranmer Club; Y.W.C.A.; Phi Beta Kappa; Ellen 
Axson Wilson '32- '31; Shrine Scholar; Biology 
Grader. 

O'Neill. Haylett, Jr.; B.S. in Ch.E. Houslon 

Engineering Society '29-'34, Secy. '32; Engineering 
h;ill '32: (Jen. Mgr. Enginr.-ring Show "31. 



()sTKHMA^, Hiwio v.; B.S. in M.E. tionii': I^nhriu 

Itnnififtd, .\Jt'J'int 
Track '31: Engine-ring So4i.-r>: Ihtll Cumin, "lit. 



Pace. Hazkl Del: B.\. 
Thnsher; B.S.U. 



1*ahki;h. Hobehi K. : B.S. in M.E. 



Amlfrson 



Parsons, Evelyn; B.\. 

Patrick, Lois; B..\. 

Psychology Assistant '32-'33. 



Perlitz, AiNNiE LtmisE; B.A. 
P.A.L.S. 



Houslon 



Himslon 



Pkters, Is^dohr; B.A. 
Petitfils, Ellen; B.A. 



Houslon 
Houslon 



Pitner, Roy M.. Jr.; B.S. in C.E. Ft. Worth 

A.S.C.E.: Sophomore Ball Comm.; Spring Koolhall 
'33. 



Power, Jack Benmktt: B. \. 
Bally Chib; Pre-Law. 

QuicKSALL. Emme: B..\. 
Y.W.C.A.; Tennis Chib. 

OiiNN, Edwin PA'rRicK; B.A. 



< !fiiliirt'ss 



Hponniont 



Houslon 



Bally Club; Dramatic Club; Senior \iin'rii an ( 'omin. ; 
Band '29-'31; Yell Leader '30- '32. 



Ragan, Louise; B. \. Ihmslon 

Campanile '.'H; Thresher ':i2- '3 1; Cap and (luwn 
Comin.; R \ Quill lii; May Fete '33. 

Reingold, Lehov Matthews: B.\. IhmsUm 
Pre-]Med. Society. 

Bn:nARi>soN, (iebaeo: R.\. Br<iniiunil 
Rally r.hib; Campanile. K.lilor ';{l: Drainalir Club. 



RiESEN, Alberta Jean; B. A. lloiisto/i 

Thresher '30-'34; Y.W.C. \. 30 "31: MST. '30- 
'34; R & Quill; Writing Cluh. 

BoBiNSON, Robert George; B.S. in M.K. floiislon 
Engineering Society '2t)-'31: A.S.M.E. '31: Ban.l 
•30-"31. 



Robinson, Thyon; B. \. 
Pre-Med. Society. 



hoos, Si(;rid; B.\. 



Ri LFS. David M.; B S. in i: E. 



Honsloii 



Honshu 



Htnisft>ti 



HvMAN, Elridge Boltes; B. \. Houston 

Treas. Senior Class; Rally Clul) Exec. Council "31: 
Engineering Society "30-'3l; Chairman Senior l^ing 
Conim.: Final Ball Connji. 



SrEir.iESSER. Raymond S\m: B. \. 



Winters 



ScMiJi./.i;. Bobeht: K,S. Tewpte 

Football. Freshman '3I-'33; Track '31 -'33: Pnsidenl 
Student Ass'n; Hall Commitlei'. 



Schwartz, T,ois Bemmir, B.S. 



Houston 



Scott, Roy Beverly: B. \ Dnllns 

Hohenthal Scholar: Pi l>elta Plii; Crahain P.aker 
Student: Phi Beta Kappa. 

Shannon, Bichard M.; B.A. Houston 
Band. '29-'33, Pres. "33: Arch. Society "^M-'S^: 

Sophomore Ball Comm.: .Ir. Prom Comm.; Senior 
Prom Comm. 



Shofstai.i.. .Iohn \\ ii.i.i^m: h.S. in W.K. Houston 

Band '3(t-'3l; A.S.M.E. '31-*33: ICngineering Societ y 
'31-'33. 





Showers, George W.; B.S. in M.E. \iisliri 

En^'ineeriii^i Society; Engineering Show. Mgr. En- 
trineeriiig Dept.; A.S.M.E. Cliairnuui. 

SiuiLT, Clari^nce Irwin; B.A. El Cunipo 

Pie-Mod. Sueiely MD-'.VI. Pies. 'X]: Oiaiiuiti.' Cliili, 



Sill RTi.Ei'i", John; B.A. 



( 'olorado 



Simpson, l^unii; B.A. 



liouslun 



Slimimn, Mklba LoiriSE; B.A. Ifonslon 

Driiinatie. Club '!il-'34; Thresher '32; Campanile 
':it; May Fete. 



Smith. Edgar Quincv; B.A. 
Pre-Law Society; Tennis. 



Houston 



Smiiii. Thomas Wesley; B.,\. 

Stai.naker, Emily; B.A. 
I\\.I..S. 

Stanfield, Eleanor; B.A. 



Ilnusin,, 



llimstun 



llouslnn 



Stephenson, Mildred; B.\. 



}}n„sln 



Steves. Awilda; B.A. Ilouslon 

Vice Pres. Junior Class ':12; E.B.L.S.; Dame Comni. 
.Sophomore; Student Couticil; Draniiitic ('hil»: May 
Fete; Tliresher 'IV2, 

Stii.i-man. Sybilla Bay; B.A. IlDiishin 

Spanish Club '30-'U2; Tennis Club '30-'31; 
Y.W.C.A.; Basket Ball '31-';Vt; Thresher "U. 



Swii r, Li'.iioy; B.S. in Ch.K. 



P(il«'slint' 



Tali.ey. Ham. IE Beth; B.A. Iltnislnn 

O.W.L.S.; Thresher; P.S.II.; B \' Quill; Sludenl, 
Council. 

Ta^i.oh, Blanche; B./V. Ilnuslon 

Y.W.C.A.; Tennis Club; Thresher 'Sl-'.'U; B & 
Quill; Spanish Club; Basket Ball; B.S.U. 



Taylor, Virgima; B.A. 



Croesbeck 



Thompson, Howard M.; B.S. in Ch.E. Houslou 

Rally Club: Plii Lambda Upsiloii: Cap and Gown 
Coumiittee, Cliairnuui: Basket Ball '32. 



Tittle, Evelyn; B.A. 



Uou.slon 



Houslon 



TuTTLE, Mae Margaret; B.A. 

May Fete; Women's Couneil '31-":J1!:-. Jr. Prom "i'2; 
Vice Pres. Senior Class '33. 



Verlander, Genevieve; B.A. 

Vinson, Julia Elizabeth; B.A. 
E.B.L.S. 



Wall, Alice Jane; B.,\. 



Houslon 
Hon s Ion 



Hoiisfon 



Warfield. John F. ; B.A. Houslon 

Treasurer Student \ssn. "33; Grader Eeo. 2(tO antl 
Jurisprudence 3(K). 



Walthen, John L,; B.A. 



Dallas 



W ATKINS, Thomas; B.V. Houslon 

Chairman Honor Council '3t: Student Council; 
Secretary Junior Class. 

Watso.n, Kvrl \\ h,i.l\m; B.S. in E.K. Houslon 

Engineerinji Society: iM.S.C; A. I. ME. 



Webster, Dan; B.A. Dallas 

Bally Club; Ibjnor Council '32; Sophomore Bail 
Comni.; Pres. Jr. Class '33: Final Ball Conuii. 



Wigren, Harold Elsworth; B.A. Hnuslun 

M.S.U.; President '31. 

Wilkens. Ll'cian ]\ll^^^H: P..\. (ialreslon 

Rally Club; Pre-Law; Crainncr ('Inb. 

Wii.LLVMs, Jack C.; B.S. in Ch.E. Beaunionl 

Phi Lambda Upsilon; Phi Beta Kappa; Dickson 
Scholar '33; Hohenlhal Scholar '31. 



Williamson, W. J.; B.A. 
Pre-Law Society. 

Williford, Nora Louise: B.A. 



Houston 



Houslon 



Wilson, F. Talbot; B.A. Houjiton 

Honor Council '33: Rally Club; En^dneerin;^; Show 
Mgr. for Arch. '34; Archi-Arts '31-'31; Chrnian. In- 
vitation Comm.; Campanile '31. 



Zenor, Margaret; B.A. 
O.W.L.S.; Student Council. 



Houston 




SENIOR CLASS ROSTER 

Grover Joseph Geiselman, President Houston 

Frances Christian, Vice President Houston 

Eldridge Ryman, Secretary-Treasurer- Houston 



Adams. Clarence Wesley, Jr Houston 

Adams, Grover Richard Denison 

Alec, Joseph Patrick Houston 

Al?xander, Susie Kose Houston 

Allen, John Young- Houston 

Allen, Robert Frederick Houston 

Alter, Fred Cunningham San Antonio 

Anderson, Lochatrice SatterfieUl Houston 

Andrews, Robert Horace Houston 

Andrus, William Darwin Houston 

Arnold, Lida Lacy Houston 

Ashburn, Mary Lee Greenville 

Aucoin, Anthony Andrew Houston 

Barden, Gertrude Elizabeth • . Houston 

Barron, Nell Houston 

Barry, Ruth Elizabeth Houston 

Bauer, Jewel Antomette Houston 

Boone, James Paul New Orleans, La. 

Boone, William Jefferson Fort Worth 

Borgstrom, B'loreine Anthea Houston 

Bowen, Sara Lenoir Houston 

Bowling, Leslie Raymond Houston 

Boyd, Alice Lynn Houston 

Brandes, William Edward Coral Gables, Fla. 

Breeding, Clark Walker, Jr Houston 

Briggs, Cornelia Peyton Houston 

Briseno, Benjamin Castrejon. Jr Houston 

Brogdon. Vas Hubert, Jr Houston 

Brookshire, Hazel Munn Houston 

Brugger, Wilfred Bellville 

Brummett, Thomas Lawrence Pine Bluff, Ark. 

Bruner. Glen Wood Houston 

Burford, Re.vburn Dean Houston 

Butcher, Ernest Dell, Jr Houston 

Caldwell, Louise Ardrey Houston 

Calvin, Howard Roach Houston 

Campbell, Theodore Clinton. Jr Abilene 

Cari'oll, Robroy Charles Hou.ston 

Cavitt, Mary Elizabeth Houston 

Cecaiek, Milton Houston 

Christian, Frances Louise Houston 

Clark, Andrew Jackson, Jr Temple 

Claypool, Martha Jane Houston 

Clemens, Robert Weidmier Houston 

Clore, Henry Andrew Anahuac 

Coffee, John Byrd Vernon 

Collier, Frances Alene Houston 

Connell, Ruth Marie Gilmer 

Connelley, James Quinn Fort Worth 

Cook, Charles William Beaumont 

Cook, John Edward Houston 

Cook, William Oscar Beaumont 

Daley, Dorothy Moulton Houston 

Davis, Mary Elizaoeth Houston 

Dill, Frank Curtis Monroe, La. 

Dionne. Katharine Houston 

Donald, Thomas Burdine Pasadena, Cal. 

Donoghue, Vincent Stafford Houston 

Douglas, Earle Cousart, Jr Houston 

Driscoll, Victor Amadale Houston 

Duckett, Elizabeth Anne Houston 

Dunlap, Albert Daniel Breckenridge 



Dunlap, Marian Margaret Houston 

Dunlap, Ormond Earl Houston 

Butson, Keith John Fryer, II League City 

Dvorak, John Jerry Houston 

Eddy, LeRoy Benton Fredonia, N. Y. 

Edwards, Henry Coley Pensacola, Fla. 

Elhlert, Lalla Lee Houston 

Ekholm, Wesley Clarence Fort Worth 

Everts, Jane Marian Houston 

F'alk, Bessie Frances Houston 

Farnsworth, Warriner Mills Fairbanks 

Feder, Leon Houston 

Flowers, Elliott Galetin Houston 

Freeman. Ethel Madeline Houston 

Gillett, Donald Bockoven Welsh, La. 

Gonzales, Alvaro Gustavo. Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mex. 

Gonzales, Olivia ■ ■ ■ Houston 

Graeter, Arthur Herman Houston 

Graf, Hazel May Arlington 

Gready, Donald Miller Houston 

Gi'een, Sydney Heroert Houston 

Griffin, Sufarah Augusta Houston 

Hall, Corine Elizabeth Houston 

Hall, Martha Louise Houston 

Hall, Peggy Houston 

Hallman, Ralph Jefferson Midland 

HalUim, John Stewart Braily 

Hamill, Raymond Dale Arvada, Colo. 

Hander, Edwin John Waco 

Hannon, Robert James Houston 

Harris, Mary George Houston 

Harrison, Henry Kirk Houston 

Hedrick, Mary Emmie Houston 

Heinrich. Raymond Lawrence Houston 

Henderson, Frances Nell Hobby 

Henson, Mary Beatrice Trinity 

Henson, Robert Lee San Antonio 

He.vck, Leonora Thomas Houston 

Higginbotham, Sanford Wilson Camden, Ark. 

High, Oscar Kingsworthy Texarkana, Ark. 

Hoef lich, Werner Frank Houston 

Horner, Elizabeth Katherine Ardmore, Okla. 

Huddleston, Mary Beth Houston 

Hutcheson, Allen Carrington, Jr Houston 

Hutcheson, Mary Pye Houston 

Jackson, Roy Graham Houston 

Jacobs, Henry Marcus Dallas 

James, William Betis Houston 

Jessup, William Jennings Houston 

Keating, Gladys Mary Houston 

Kellersberger, Laurence Kawabe Houston 

Kellogg, Henry Maris Houston 

Kerbow, Elizabeth Barrett Houston 

Knodel, Miriam Ehzabeth Houston 

Knostman, Jack Wellington Davenport, la. 

Krantz, Abe David Houston 

Lacy, Ida Dell Houston 

Lagow, Joe Langley Dallas 

Lancaster, Alden Lifford Houston 

Lancaster, Edgar Henry Houston 

Landau, Mila Houston 

Landau, Tola Houston 



SENIOR CLASS ROSTER-Con t i n ued 



Laiier, Edith Marie Houston 

Lauterbach, Fred August, Jr. San Antonio 

Lauterbach. Richard Fornian San Antonio 

Lawson, Margaret Rose Houston 

Lederer, Alois Charles, Jr. Houston 

LeGrand, Leslie Paris Palestine 

Leigh, Robert Sidne.v Houston 

Lenoir, Walter Frank, Jr Houston 

Lewis, Mitchell Meyer Houston 

Lilly. Jessica Azeline Houston 

Lindsay, Malcome Storey Houston 

Loggins, Mary Elizabeth Humble 

Lollar, Thomas Howard Pauls Valley, Okla. 

Lomanitz, Benjamin Feld Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Long, Doris Houston 

Lowe, John Burf old Dallas 

McCants, Donald Bond Houston 

McCullough, James Lawrence Dallas 

McNeir, Stella Mary Houston 

McNutt, Floyd Lee San Antonio 

Maniscalco, Peter Houston 

Mansfield, Tomniie Grace Bandera 

Marshall, Robert William Houston 

Massey, Marian Lucille Houston 

Mattiza, Charles August. Jr Houston 

Mattox, William Morrison Texarkana, Ark. 

Meadows, Henry Edward San Angelo 

Mehr, Charlie Dexter Houston 

Merrill, Frank Lindsey Houston 

Meyer, Pauline Julienne Houston 

Moeller, William Louis Richard Houston 

Morrison, James Ronald Houston 

Morrison, Will Earl Tristram Houston 

Morrow, Walter Kyle Houston 

Mosk, Milton Staniord Houston 

Musgrove, Thomas Jones Houston 

Myers, Harry, Jr. Palestine 

Nachlas, Otto Melvin Houston 

Nagai. Mary Aiko Almeda 

Neilan, Bernece Imog-ene San Antonio 

Nemir, Ralph Navasota 

Newberry, Claude Stanley Childress 

Nicholson, Gordon Baker, Jr. Houston 

Norris, Mary Eleanor Houston 

O'Fiel, James Cyrus Dudley, Jr Houston 

Oliphint, Mary Jacqueline Houston 

O'Neill, Haylett, Jr. Houston 

Osterman, Hugo Victor 

Gomez Palacio, Durango. Mexico 

Pace, Hazel Del Houston 

Parker, Robert Franklin Anderson 

Parsons, Ethel Evelyn Welsh. La. 

Pasche, Herbert Alden Houston 

Patrick, Lois Itasca 

Perlitz. Annie Louise Houston 

Peters, Isadore Donald Houston 

Petitfils, Ellen Elizabeth Houston 

Phillips. Kenneth Ciay Houston 

Pitner. Roy Mitchell, Jr Fort Worth 

Powell, Charles Fred Tyler 

Power, Jack Bennett Childress 

Quieksall, Eppie Beaumont 

Quinn, Edwin Patrick Houston 

Ragan, Enid Louise Houston 



Randlett, Edward Atkinson Lancaster 

Reed, James Ella Houston 

Reingold, Leroy Matthews Houston 

Richardson, Gerald Forrest Beaumont 

Richter, Dorothy Dean Houston 

Riesen, Alberta Jeaii Houston 

Robinson, Robert George Houston 

Robinson. Thomas Aubrey Houston 

Robinson. Webber Tryon Houston 

Rogers. Opal Maude Greenwood Houston 

Roos, Sigrid Houston 

Rose, Joseph William Houston 

Rulf s, David Miller Houston 

Schliesser, Raymond Sam Winters 

Schulze, Robert Temple 

Schwartz, Lois Bender Houston 

Scott. Hugh Lenox. II Houston 

Scott, Roy Beverly Dallas 

Shannon. Richard Maxfield Houston 

Shofstall. John William Houston 

Showers, George William. Jr. Austin 

Shult, Clarence Irwin El Campo 

Shurtleff . John Ralph Colorado 

Simpson, Edith Houston 

Slimpin, Melba Louise Houston 

Smith, Edgar Quincy Houston 

Smith, Thomas Wesley Houston 

Spencer, Mary Catiierine Marlin 

Stalnaker, Emily Houston 

Stanfield, Eleanor Houston 

Stephenson, Mildred Houston 

Sterling, Gwendolyiie Viannah Houston 

Steves, Awilda Eileen Houston 

Stillman, Sybilla Ray Houston 

Sullivan, Maurice Joseph, Jr Houston 

Swift, Leroy Eagan Palestine 

Talley, Hallie Elizaoeth Houston 

Tallichet, Emilie Houston 

Taylor, Blanche Phillips Houston 

Taylor, Sarah Virginia Groesbeck 

Thagard, Warren Thomas, III Groveton 

Thompson, Howard Ivlartin Houston 

Tittle, Evelyn Grimes Houston 

Tuttle, Mae Margaret Houston 

Verlander, Genevieve Houston 

Vinson, Julia Elizabeth . ■ ■ Houston 

von Johnson, Georg Schmidt Galveston 

Wall, Alice Jane Houston 

Warf ield, John Francis Houston 

Wathen, John Love Dallas 

Watkins, Thomas Newton, Jr. Houston 

Watson, Earl William Houston 

Webb, Curtis Hoffer Hubbard 

Webster, Daniel George, Jr Dallas 

Weichert, John Phillips Houston 

Wigren, Harold Ellsworth Houston 

Wilkens, Lucian Minor Galveston 

Williams, Jack Clarke Beaumont 

Williams, Julian Carol Houston 

Williams, Milton Dallas 

Williamson, William Joseph Houston 

Williford, Nora Louise Houston 

Wilson, Fred Talbott Houston 

Worden, Sam Paul Palacios 

Zenor, Margaret Wall Houston 




JUNIORS 




\|>\MS, K. \ A 1.1,1:1: 


Giilv.-stoii 


\i.ij;n. (;i:4m«;i, II. 


Knj;lc Liikc 


It \\ N in. k Ml\ 


n. Wu.ll. 


r. \hm:s. Ivmu. Im>\\ i,u 


Houslnn 


Hi;i.i.. Ili;i.i:i\ 


lluiislon 


Bl.M \N. Msi III' II 1 III M, 


lloiisloii 


ltiMn:n. \I \m; \i\i:t 


IIOIISIOM 


|Ii.\m;. (iKoiuir: Mii.ion 


lloitsloii 


I'm HKr. \\ 111 1 \M K. 


llfuislnti 


r. \Li)\\ |.;i.i,. Pkmison C. 


Ml. IMrdSiMit. 


( ' WIM \(;K. Cm Mll.OTI !■, 


II.Misluii 


( '. \N \i»\, .1 \M-; 


L;i I*orte 


C.A.MHKI,!,. I'^UMvvnM-: K.UNL: 


Houslnn 


(;A]t<;iL!.. Ukmuhtta 


lloiish.ii 


('.AS 1 1.1.:. I'l(;(;y 


I'l. :Siim lluubluii 


< '.UOh. IVmmomi \. 


lloiisloii 


( "ooKi;. (InM.ll.K 


lldii.slun 


i 'lUM)hl It. .hill N II, 


II.MlSlull 


C.ui VIA, Sami^i^l .Io.si:i>ii 


IIousIdm 


I)aih\uy, lU.UEN Lko 


lloiislon 


Dissi :\. SiiiuLt;^ Luiis;!-: 


Housloii 


1 >l\l)\. Tllll.M \ 


Housloii 


l-^BIJlSPAClllcn, Con A I.IK 


Hoiisloii 


lOl.l.HH. C\HI> ( ; MIM.I 1 


lloitsloii 



EvERb;TT. Klizabetm Lou 
Fairbhotmkb. Horace W. 
Ferguson. Bill 
FoRu, Bob 



Francis. Bill 
Garnlr. .1. P. 
GEHRl^c, I'^lla Mai-: 
Gibson, Samuel H. 



( "ibson, w miiam 
Gilpin, Dorothy Glvn 
Glover, F. Scott 
Gould. Martin .1. 



Hess, Wilbur 
Hewitt, Bowe Davis 
Jones, Tom 
Keivdrick, Florence 



Kropf. Louise 
Ladner. Andrew 
Landsberg. Henry 
Lewis, Kemp 



Hoiislon 

Houston 

DallHs 

Housloii 



Dallas 

Houston 
Houston 
I louslon 



HousLoii 

Grofsbeck 

Houston 

Houston 



Green, Hazel 




llonsfoii 


Green. Julia 




Houston 


Greer, Walton 




Houston 


Henschen, Gustave 


liiLIOl 


Sherman 



Fort Worlh 

Houston 

Bel ton 

Houston 



Lenyue City 

Houston 

Dallas 

Dallas 




I 




Lkwis. .\l ibey 




Hniisloii 


L()it(;i;, M \m; \ui: 


• lioSE 


Houston 


LlTK, JlAMTA 




Houston 


I\I \S()N, Kl,() 




Corsicimu 



]\I(:^.I,A^\ll^^, KnwiN T. 


Houston 


iMcDoNAi.i*. M Mn <H»iuioN 


Tyler 


Ml \'.\ It \ 1 M. I'.in \i:r.i. 


Gnincsville 


_Mt Ml nui.i. I'l.l\ I-'hances 


Houston 


MrW HIIU 1 H. .llM[N 


Houston 


Meeker, Huh \jtii U. 


I\ow York. N. Y. 


Mendel, I'^vm B. 


Galveston 


Mll.LER. GliORGE J. 


Houston 



M 11 1 1 n. I.\M \R 


Houston 


Mot»i)i . Ai iJHi.\ 


Houston 


MoMRTs, Setii Irwtx 


Houston 


Moi itsi M). \n\ \ l*>i.i.i.|-; 


Hou';ton 



Movr n. I!(H i,o 

Ml en. Krei) 

Ml fu'ir^. I;i..;mi ,1 

Noil 1^ . Iloltl M I W \ ItUI l> 



( ti'i'i:Mii:iMT;R, K\>\\ aivd 
pMTorv, Kate 
I*E\HscjN. Kaiiirvn 
I'ei ers, Luis 



S;mi \iilonio 

Alvin 

Dallas 

Conroe 



Mission 
Houston 
Houston 
Houston 



Pike, George 


Houston 


Ponder, Lydi a 


Houston 


Powell, Willlvm M. 


Houston 


QuiN, Dorothy 


Houston 


ScHW \BTZ. KE^'T 


H<.usl<.ii 


ScoBEE, Richard G. 


Houston 


Scott, James Hi'Nter 


Houston 


Sims, Marjorie 


Houston 


Smi 1 H. _M \ni;Anp:T 


Hoi ston 


Stremmel, Frances 


Gulvcston 


Sti DER, Edward 


Hoiislon 


Sullivan, Elizabeth 


HousluH 



To.MLINSON, MkTTA V. 




Houston 


ViCKREY, Frank 




Houston 


\ iDRiNE, Lawrence 




Port Arthur 


WA^iUBURN, Laura 




Htiuslon 


Werner, Marjorie C 


.AIRE 


linusloii 


West. Sallih: ,1o 




I'H'JIVHHont 


White, R ali:k;h R. 




Temple 


\\ ll.r IFORD, SliSIE 




Hcuision 


Wolfe. A. S. 




Henderson 


Wood, Bvchmxn Arthur 


Denison 


Woods. Roberta 




Houston 


Wi)FtR\[J.. M \M,roRlE 




Houston 


WoRSLEY, Constance 


Ruth 


Houston 




JUNIOR CLASS ROSTER 



Willijini Franci:^ President Dallas 

Collier Cook, Vice-1'resident Houston 

William Fcipuson. Secretary-Treasurer Dallas 



Artnstrunjr. Mat lie Williams Houston 

Aronson, Antold Block Orange 

Arthur, Percy Houston 

Ballanfant. Richard Edward Mercedes 

Ballard. Mary Louise Houston 

Banner. Samuel Knox Fort Worth 

Barnes. Earl Bower Houston 

Barrick. Nolan Ellmore Houston 

Barton, "William Andrew Mercedes 

Beavens, Helen Houston 

Bell. Helen Houston 

Belk-prprie. Philip Auirustus Houston 

Beman, Esther Irene Houston 

Bender, Marparct Houston 

BinRham, Betty Joe Chenango 

Black, Clarenct! Harper Shreveport 

Black, Mary Alberta Houston 

Blake. George Milton Hearne 

Book, Isahelle Houston 

Britrps, Frank Ford Galveston 

Brooke. Chase Jackson, Jr Rosita. Coahuila, Mex. 

Brown, George Washington, Jr Beaumont 

Brown. Nyna Dot Houston 

Bryan. Ralph Dewilton Houston 

Buchanan. Alice Pauline Dickinson 

Buford, Susie Stowers Houston 

Burdeaux, Charles Maurice Galena Park 

Burke, William Francis Dallas 

Burns. Bennett Winfield Houston 

Byrd, James Ashley Greenville 

Cammack. Charlotte Irene Houston 

Camp, Perry Bryan Houston 

Canada. Jane Verona La Porte 

Cantrell, Ernestine Kene Houston 

CarEill. Henrietta Houston 

Cash. Benjamin Dandridge Houston 

Cashman. John Edgar Houston 

Cleaver. Harry McBeath Dalla.s 

Cook, Raymond Augustus Houston 

Cowley, Stanislaus Peter New Orleans 

Cox, Agnes Houston 

Crawford. Walter Joshua Beaumont 

Crockett. A. Gordon Houston 

Crooker. John Henry, Jr Houston 

Cutaia. Samuel Joseph . Houston 

Dau noy. Elson Lee Houston 

De Young, Richard, Jr Houston 

Dissen, Shirley Louise Houston 

Dixon. Thelma Fay Houston 

Dodd, Lavon Couch Houston 

Doehring. Sweeney Jamison Houston 

Dooley, Arthur Rhcw Beaumont 

Dore. John Lind Houston 

Dunbar. Thomas Arthur Palestine 

Eberspacher, Coralie Evelyn Houston 

Eckel. Dorothy Louise .Houston 

Eiser, Richard Eugene San Antonio 

Elder." Hertwell Ernest Houston 

El kins, George Ducy .Fort Worth 

El kins, Margaret Moden:i Houston 

Elliot. Card Garnelt Houston 

Ellis. T. B Houston 

Everett, Elizabeth Lou Houston 

Fairbrother. Horace Walton. Jr Houston 

Farquahar. Sam Houston 

Ferguson. William Murray Dallas 



Forbes. Edward Kini? - Electra 

Ford. Robert William Houston 

Fouke, Harry Haydon Texarkana 

Foulks, Caroline Spencer Houston 

Freeman , Celia Houston 

Furman. David Charles Lake Charles 

Gainey. John Vincent Houston 

Garfield. Mary Agnes Pasadena 

Garner. J. P Houston 

Gehring. Ella Mae Houston 

Gibson, Samuel Hilary Lufkin 

Gibson. William Hunter Monahans 

Gilpin, Dorothy Glyn Houston 

Glover. Frank Scott. Ill Houston 

Goldofsky, Deborah Gertrude Houston 

Good, Samuel Floyd Houston 

Goodrich, Baxter Dee Houston 

Gould. Martin James Houston 

Green. Hazel Rose Houston 

Green, John Willie. Houston 

Green. Julia Houston 

Greenwood. Benjamin Franklin, Jr Houston 

Greer. John Bob Houston 

Greer, Walton Jeffries Houston 

Grenader. Meyer Houston 

Haner. Thomas Edward Houston 

Hans. Edward Walter Houston 

Harp. Bell Myers Houston 

Harris. Alyda Houston 

Harris, Hunter Pinckney. Jr Fulshear 

Harris, Jack Winfield Houston 

Hartwell, John Haskins Houston 

Henschen, Gustave Eliot Sherman 

Herndon, Thomas Busey Houston 

Hess, Wilbur Eugene Fort Worth 

Hewitt. Bowe Davis El Campo 

Hickey. Mary Houston 

Hightower. Leonard Elmore Eastland 

Hill, Robert Moore Houston 

Hedges. Zella Kstherine Houston 

Hotcomb, Norman Franklin Houston 

Homer, Charles Henry Houston 

Horton. Claude Wendell Houston 

Howard, Alfred Byland Houston 

Huggins, William Ogburn. Jr Houston 

Hutzler, Elmo Joseph San Antonio 

Jacobs. Edna Leah Houston 

Jared. John Ballard Riverside. Calif. 

Johnson. Herbert Howard El Campo 

Johnson, Laurence Thomas Texarkana 

Johnson. Pauline Faye Palestine 

Johnston. Helen Elizabeth Houston 

Jones. Roy Victor Weinert 

Journcay. William Henry Houston 

Kellogg, Elizabeth Houston 

King, Glenn Wells Ferguson 

King, Helen Louise Houston 

King. Jacqueline Dorothy Houston 

Kivell, Bert Haworth Houston 

Kivell, Charles Norviel Houston 

Kropf. Louise Irma League City 

Ladner, Andrew Walter Houston 

Lagow, Fay Donald Dallas 

Lancaster, Elizabeth Rose Houston 

Landers, Robert Wilson Houston 



JUNIOR CLASS ROSTER^Continued 



LandsberK. Henry Dallas 

Langfdon, Barstow Houston 

Langley. Mary Beth Humble 

Lawson. William Glenn Houston 

Lee. Raymond Oscar Houston 

LeFever, Georgre Adams. Jr Houston 

Lennie. John McArthur Houston 

Lewis, Kemp Sloan, Jr Dallas 

Lewis. Sclnia Autrey Houston 

Lilliott. Richard Willoughby. Jr Houston 

Little, Robert Narvacs Houston 

Lodge, Margraret Rose Houston 

Logan. Victor Elmont Houston 

Luck, Juanita Mariella Houston 

Luck. Leon. Jr Houston 

McCarthy. Charles Edward Houston 

McClanahan. Edwin Thomas Houston 

McDavid, Mildred Rosetta . Seymour 

McDonald. Mary Gordon Tyler 

McEIrath. Eby Nell Gainesville 

McGill. Doris Aline Killeen 

McGill. Dosca Mildred Killeen 

McKean. Charles Vincent Houston 

McMurrey. Ella Frances Houston 

McReynolds. John Oliver Sherman 

McWhirter, John Charles Houston 

Magee. Willie Eunice Humble 

Masterson, Wii'iam Henry Houston 

Mau. William Robert Helmut h Houston 

Mauzy. Harry Lincoln Houston 

Meeker. Richard Henry New York 

Mendel. Evri Bear Galveston 

Metzler. Albert Frederick Houston 

Meyer. Ripina Esther Houston 

Mickelson. Harold Emmanuel El Campo 

Middleton. Robert Leldon Corsicana 

Miller. George John Houston 

Miller. Lamar Houston 

Millington, John William . .Dallas 

Miror.. Thelma Houston 

Mixon, William Charles Kirbyville 

Monteith. Arthur Morey Houston 

Moody. Audrey Lacy Houston 

Moore, Charles Hurtee Houston 

Morris. Seth Irwin Houston 

Moursund, Anna Belle Houston 

Moyer, Rollo Nellie San Antonio 

Much. Charles Frederick Alvin 

Mueller, Bert A Houston 

Muller. Julien Pearson Port Arthur 

Murphy, Edgar Joseph Dallas 

Neathery, Elizabeth Houston 

Nelkin. Madeline Sona Houston 

Nicholson, William Frederick Dallas 

Noble, Wiley Bozeman Houston 

Nolley. Robert Harold Conroe 

Oliver. Eugene. Jr Houston 

Oppenheimer. Edward, Jr Mission 

Patton. Kate Ross Houston 

Payne. John Howard. Jr Dallas 

Perkins. Jack Furman Dallas 

Pestell, Walter Payton Houston 

Peterson, Russel Ater Houston 

Pike. George Edgar Houston 

Pitner. Craton Guthrie Fort Worth 

Ponder, Lydia Eleanor Houston 

Powell, Clifford Patrick Tyler 

Powell. Richard Hepworth Houston 

Powell. William Meachum Houston 

Pratt. Edna Irene Houston 



Quebe, Frederick Henry Waco 

Quinn, Dorothy Clinton Houston 

Ramey, Benjamin Ryburn Sulphur Springs 

Rasberry. John Shepord Houston 

Rauch, Shirley Winifred Houston 

Richardson, Dan San Antonio 

Rick, Robert Gordon Houston 

Robinson. Marian Elda Houston 

Roemer, David Oscar Houston 

Rogers. Fred Terry, Jr Dallas 

Ross. Anne Evelyn Houston 

Rudd, Beverly Houston 

Sanders, Odell Kenton McDade 

Schapz, Clarence Hou.ston 

Schwartz. Samuel Kent Houston 

Scobee, Rickard Gordon Houston 

Selkirk. Mildred Louise Goose Creek 

Shaw, John Robert Houston 

Sherwood, Byrne Norman Houston 

Shipley, George Hale. Jr.. Houston 

Sims, Mar jorie Houston 

Smith. Aubrey George Houston 

Smith. Hunter Arthur Houston 

Smith, Margaret Elizabeth Houston 

Smith, Virginia Katherine Houston 

Smith. William Dorsett Houston 

South, Ora Clotile Houston 

Souza, Frances Sara Houston 

Stailworth, Thomas William Houston 

Stiglich, Julius Francis Galveston 

Stockton, Frank Houston 

Storey, Boude Erwir Dallas 

Storey. Luclin Elizabeth Vernon 

Storey. William Lyndon Vernon 

Stremmel. Frances Emma Galveston 

Studer. Edward Alexie Houston 

Sullivan, Elizabeth Ann Houston 

Sylvester. John Walter Brownsville 

Terranella, Frank Dallas 

Thomas, James Oliver. Jr Fort Worth 

Thomson, Thomas Emil Houston 

Tomlinson. Metta Virginia Houston 

Tracy. Albert Ray Lufkin 

Treschwig, Karl Houston 

Triplett. George Holman, Jr Houston 

Van Gundy, John Cramer Houston 

Vickery. Frank Norris Houston 

Vidrine, Lawrence Port Arthur 

Washburn, Laura Lee Houston 

Weaver, Earl Marshall Houston 

Webster, James Franklin Houston 

Werner, Marjorie Claire Houston 

West, Sallie Josephine Beaumont 

White, Doris Elaine . .Houston 

White, Raleigh Roy. Ill Temple 

Williams, Frederic Lee. Jr Glencoe, III. 

Williford, Susie Hibernia Houston 

Wihon, Glenn Williams, Jr Houston 

Wilson, Kathleen Marjorie Houston 

Wilson. Robert Howard Houston 

Winkelmann. Samuel August . .Howellville 

Wood. Arthur Bachman Houston 

Woods. Roberta Virginia Houston 

Worrall, Marjorie Turner Houston 

Worsley, Constance Ruth Houston 

Aderman, Carle Beverly Houston 

Allen, George Herder Eagle Lake 

Allen. William Philip. Jr .Houston 

Altnian, William Alfred Sherman 

Appleby, Walter Goode Houston 



I( 




SOPHOMORES 




Albert, Mayo 


Houston 


Vllkn, Hahhiet 


Houston 


VvEiui.i., John 


Houston 


Barnes, Virginia 


Houston 



Bauer. H. P. 




Houston 


Bauer, Paiil L. 




Houston 


Beaman, Doris 




Monroe, La. 


Bextlev, Mary 


Eli, EN 


Dallas 



lii-iiHM, Mary Louise 


Houslun 


Boone. Lawrence Douglas 


Dalhis 


Ho-V II, M \HJORIE 


Houslou 


Bhiniu,e\, (;eoh<;e Vai.ter 


T.Mnpl,- 


Brosius, Margaret 


Houston 


Byrnes. Margaret 


Houston 


Calhoun. Grafton 


Houston 


Chapman, James W. 


Houslun 



Cook. John R. 


Ilouslon 


Costley, John 


Houston 


Grain. Mary Elizabeth 


Houston 


Davis, Elizabeth Johnnie 


Houston 



Dawson, Nadine 


Houston 


Dean, Dorothy 


Houston 


Deering, Gladys Marie 


Houston 


DE Waal, Winii eri> 


Houston 



DiKsoN, Mamik F. 


\ 


fW 


York, N. Y. 


DoGGETT, John, Jr. 






Houslon 


Ferris, NA^'INE 






Port Arlliur 


FiTE, Ralph 






Houslon 



Fnzm cii, Rohi:rt 


Ardiii 


>rp. Okla. 


Frost, .1 \\ M. 




Houston 


Gibson, Isabel 




Houslon 


Gl.ASSON. Katmi.vn 




Houslon 



Grant, Davis 




Bryan 


Griggs, Hall 


West 


Columbia 


Hall, Christine 




Houston 


Hall. F.li/.ari:i ii Anine 




Ilonslon 



Hanks, Clyde 


Palestine 


Hawley, Mary Jane 


Houst(ui 


Hill. Jomx 


Houston 


Hogge, Arthur Clifton, Jr 


Houston 



Hoi,z, Mabgarkt Frepericx 


Houston 


HiiBLY. Anton T., Jr. 


Houston 


HuTCHiNs, Selwyn P \\u i: 


Marlin 


Illes, Robert 


Dallas 



Jewett, Mobt 111 K. 
Jones, Frvnklin C. 
Jones, Sar\h 
Keating, Ernlst \\ ilblh 



Houston 

Houston 
Houston 
Houston 





Kii.i.i H. II Mini c. .1 on;s 


i\Ii-\iro Cily. Mox. 


Kmimh, Bli.i.ii-: 


Bfiiilinunl 


Kn.pu I.I-. M \< K 


I'aU.slin.' 


l.viiM.h, < -II viuj:s K. 


ll.,usli,ii 


I.i:<mii:ngi:r, PA^_lLIi\^^ 


Hoiistun 


Li:l:. J \Mi;s 


Wicliilii Kiills 


\! \1.I.(A, II VIUUKT 


P;,l,'Shlir 


M m.(im:. Mii.nHHO 


Housloii 


\1i Kinm:v. I'll M(l OITH 


liniisli.ll 


Mn,i,i:», 'I'liM I'cii.K 


llolisluii 


\ll\ 1.1, \\ II II IM 


Il.ilislull 


M.x.iii. Htiin Ml \ 


jloll^lllll 


Ml,,, 111 . Miin 1,1,1 


Hoiisloii 


MuoiiK. Sr\Ni.i;v C. 


W hail. ,11 


\ \ 1 1 IN. .1 \ \i i:s 


Slirevop"'"'- La. 


,\l 1 11 MS. W. OsilAH 


Houslun 


NHWSUMK. .Il,l, \lll 111 11 


II.IUSl.,11 


(l'l-'ii:i„ CiiMu.vNH 


IloiisUm 


1 lUii.iiuN. .lui-: 


il.ilisl.lll 


I'lHM 11, K Mil mum: Hi:d 


IluiK^t.JU 


l'\ rit;ns(,N. Moiiais D. 


llousloii 


riMiiiiiniN. M Miv Ri.i.EP* 


Ilouslmi 


1*1,1 K. \l in'. Mii:r 


lloU-StoU 


l'(,Mi;li \\ 1/. Miiuwi Adkl 


lloiislon 



Poole, Lucile 
Prade, Nat Harman 

RAI^'EY, JOHINf B. 

Red, David Douglass 



Speed, Vnxe 

SlEPHKN, HOSA^NE 

Sr. John, Rum abd 
SrovAij., Florence 

Taylor, Coi rtxev 

TsANOFF, Ne\E!\NA 

Watkix, Ray 
Wells, Clarence 
Wilson, Dorothy Alice 

Wise, Denton B. 

\\ RHinr. Mkuhtll 
\\ Ricaii, Ri in 
Wyatt, Dorothea 
Yeageb, John Glenn 



Texline 

Leakey 

Houston 

HousLoii 



Ross, Joe E. 


HoLisloa 


Sa[vders, Charles M., Jr. 


HousluH 


Sawtelle, Jim 


Houston 


ScABBOBOliGH, DOROTHY" 


ilousUm 



SCHNI RH, VlICE 


Houston 


Sears. Ted 


Iiuliiinapolis 


Sherrill, Willl\m \Ior(;\n 


Houston 


Shilling, Alonzo R. 


Houston 



I lousloil 

Ilouslon 
Marlin 

lloushm 

Houslon 
Houston 
Houston 
Houston 
Huuslou 

Paris 

Houslon 
Paris 

Conroe 
Houston 




SOPHOMORE CLASS ROSTER 



Georne Brindley, President Temple 

Grafton Calhoun, Vice President Houston 

Carlos Morriss. Secretary-Treasurer Houston 



Adams. Francis Vallee Galveston 

Albert. Mayo William Houston 

Alexander. Fredora Houston 

Allen. Glenn Elmer Frost 

Allen. Harriet Whiteside Houston 

Andrews. John Edwin Houston 

Andrus. Bailey Crawford Houston 

Arai. Eiku Genoa 

ArnistrouK. John William Houston 

Arnim. Ben F.. Jr Houston 

Arnold. Kinirsland Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Asher, Colman Roth Houston 

Atkins. Jesse West Beeville 

Averill, John Reed Houston 

Avos, Frederick Houston Galveston 

Axelrad, Beulah Houston 

Balcke. Kathryn Marie Houston 

Bale. Allen Melbert Dalhis 

Barber. Albert Houston 

Barnes. Harriet Vireinia Houston 

Barnes. Melvin Marvin Chester 

Haltestin. Wilson Ivanhoe Houston 

Bauer. Howard Paee Houston 

Bauer. Paul Louis Houston 

Beaman. Doris Eujienia Houston 

Bennett. Dean Averill Houston 

Bennett. Mildred Lucille Houston 

Bentley. Mary Ellen Houston 

Black. Edward Clanton Houston 

Black. Laura Lucille Houston 

Blair. William Paul Vernon 

Blake. Norman Bruce Houston 

Biohm, Mary Louise Houston 

Bellman. Henry Clyde. Jr Houston 

Boone. Lawrence Douglas Dalla;; 

Boyd. Joseph Lynden Houston 

Boyd. Marjorie Ellen Houston 

Braden. Albert Henry Houston 

Brandon. Carmen Richard Vickery 

Branum. Gerald Clifford Houston 

Brices. Fred, Jr Houston 

Brindley, Georere Valter Temple 

Brosius. Margarrt Lynn Houston 

Brothers. Louis San Angelo 

Brown. Frances Willard Houston 

Browne. Charles Winslow. Houston 

Burns. Dorothy Field; Houston 

Burrell, Forrest Bedford Houston 

Byrnes. Margaret Louise Houston 

Caldarera. Louis. Jr Houston 

Caldwell, Pearson Cash Mount Pleasant 

Calhoun. Lillian Grafton Houston 

Castle. Margaret Florence Ft. Sam Houston 

Cauthan, Paul Hamilton Trinity 

Cecalek. Rudolph Frank Houston 

Chapman. James Winston Houston 

Clark. James Mott Houston 

Clarke. Edward Treadwell . .Houston 

Combs. Pat Greenwood Sulphur Springs 

Comiskey, Jack Woodrow Houston 

Conrad. Hazel Anita Pasadena 

Cook. Winfield Hollis Houston 

Cooksey, Edward. Jr Houston 

Cooper. Percy Lewitt. Jr Houston 

Costley, John Jefferson Houston 

Craddock, Emmie Houston 

Grain. Mary Elizabeth Houston 

Crawford. Earl Frazier Port Arthur 

Davis. Johnnie Elisabeth Houston 

Dawson, Gwcnrlolyn Nadine Houston 

Daw:;on. Robert John Houston 

Dean, Dorothy Angela Houston 

Deering. Gladys Marie Houston 

Delambre, Lorry Constant Houston 

de Waal. Winiferd Joan Houston 

Dic):.son. Mamie Fisher New York City, N. Y. 

Dibhron. Ruth Selkirk Goose Creek 

Dobbs, Almon Cotton Houston 

Dodd. James Grady Houston 

Doggetl. John. Jr Houston 



Donlen, Geraldine Houston 

Dorman, Jean Elton Houston 

Douglass. Inga Lorane Almeda 

Dowe, Virgil Benner Houston 

Dunaway. James Karl Bellville 

Dunn. Edna Houston 

Diipree. Raymond Benjamin Houston 

Echols, Harry Augustus. Jr Houston 

Eliasof, William Robert Tyler 

Ellis, Mildred Lynn Houston 

Epley, Arthur Wilson, Jr Fairbanks 

Estill, Nancy Lee. Houston 

Fasullo, George Pete Houston 

Ferris. Nanine Howard Port Arthur 

Fetzer, Lewis Albert Dallas 

Fink, Evelyn Ethyl Houston 

Fite. Ralph Hillin Houston 

Fitzhugh. Robert Richard. Jr Ardmore. Okla. 

Ford, William Cicero Summit, Miss 

Fowler, James McFarland Houston 

Freedlund, Joseph Daniel Houston 

Freundlich, Adele Ray Houston 

Freundlich, Charles Gilbert Houston 

Frost, Jay Miles. HI Houston 

Garrett. Julius Randolph Edna 

Gates. Marshall De Motte. Jr Houston 

Gates. Mary Caroline Houston 

Gehring. Herman Victor Houston 

Gibson. Isabel Edith Houston 

Glasson, Kathlyn Marie Houston 

Gorton. Mary Malinda Galveston 

Goycn, Billie Houston 

Grant, Andrew Davis Bryan 

Greenberg, Claryce Houston 

Greer, Roy Benson League City 

Griggs, Hall Wesley West Columbia 

Haley, Barney Mack San Angelo 

Hall. Eddie Christine Houston 

Hall. Elizabeth Anne Houston 

Hanks, Clyde Walton, Jr Palestine 

Harling, Thomas Jefferson Houston 

Harris, Daniel Melvin Houston 

Hart, Elizabeth Morgenstern Houston 

Hawley. Mary Jane Houston 

Henderson. Ruth Elverta Houston 

Hensley, Mary Bodine Houston 

Heyne. Mary Sherwood Houston 

Hildebrandt, John Poindexter. Houston 

Hill. John Burke Houston 

Hidges, Maurice Andrew. Jr Houston 

Hogge. Arthur Clifton. Jr Houston 

Holz, Margaret Frederica Houston 

Horner. Layton Avalon, Penn. 

Houck. Wayne Segar Park Ridge. III. 

Hubly. Anton Thorwald. Jr Houston 

Hudson, Marion Brown Houston 

Hudson. Richard Lee Smithville 

Huebetter, Earl Ewald Houston 

Humphreville, Jeanne Houston 

Hutchins, Selwyn Percival Rice Marlin 

Hies, Robert Enoch Dallius 

Jackson. Henry Allen Dallas 

James, Oscar. Jr Houston 

Jewett, Robert Kimpton Houston 

Johnson. Harold Smithville 

Johnson. Leonard Benson Houston 

Jones, Franklin Clifford Houston 

Jones. Henry Blandin Houston 

Jones, Hershul Thomas Houston 

Jones, Sarah Nancy Houston 

Jones. Troy Paul. Jr Greenville 

Jordan. Martha Frances Corsicana 

Kaplan. Myer Houston 

Karbach, Nelson William Houston 

Katz, Leah Houston 

Keating, Ernest Wilbur Houston 

Kendrick. Florence Houston 

Kennedy, Mary Lucile Houston 

Kilgore. Ullmann League City 

Knight. Billie Pearl Beaumont 



SOPHOMORE CLASS ROSTER— Cou ti nued 



Knowies. Mack Palestine 

Kottwitz. Reginald Paul Houston 

Krause. Ferdinand Harry San Antonio 

Kreiter. Bernard Albert Houston 

Ladner, Charles Edwin Houston 

Lambert, R. H., Jr Houston 

Lathrop, Eula La Verne Houston 

Lechenger, Pauline Cecile Houston 

Lee. James Thompson Wichita Falls 

Leggett. Logan Hart -, Houston 

Letts, Norman Edward Houston 

Levy. Marjorie Louise Houston 

Levy, Regina Lorraine Houston 

Lisman, Charles Franklin Daisetta 

Lockhart. William Harold Houston 

Long, Maurine Houston 

Lorimer, William Van Perry, Ohio 

Loughridge. Terry James Houston 

Luckel, Charles Conrad Houston 

Lueders, Hugo Adolph Houston 

McCauley, John James Hubbard 

McComb, David Carmona 

McConnell. Horace Raymond Houston 

McConnell, Vernon Owen Houston 

McFerrin. Cecile Lenore Houston 

McKee, John. IH Kansas City. Mo. 

McKinney, Charlotte Kaapke Houston 

Maas, Gertrude Anita Houston 

Maes, Robert Hull Houston 

Malloy, Harriet Coit Palestine 

Malone, Mildred Houston 

Manuel. James Marshall Goose Creek 

Mays. Sam Rayburn Greenville 

Meador. James Henry Nashville. Tenn. 

Meek, Welter Houston Dallas 

Mctcalf, Richard Jackson Jacksonville, Ark. 

Mill, Frank Leslie Houston 

Miller. Tom Polk Houston 

Mintz, Sam Houston 

Miron. Simon Houston 

Moore, Elsie Roberta Houston 

Monre, Henry Paisley Mexia 

Moore, Mary Lou Houston 

Moore, Stanley Cockrell Wharton 

Morgan. James Henry Houston 

Morrij;, William Carloss. Jr Houston 

Mount, Mary Isabel Houston 

Much, Joe Clifford Alvin 

Murdock, Charlotte Mae. Houston 

Myer. Ella Campbell Houston 

Myers, Walter Steen Houston 

Nallin. James Joseph. Jr Shreveport. La. 

Nelson, Mark Anthony Houston 

Neuhaus, William Oscar Houston 

Newsome, Joe Arthur Houston 

Nicosia, Ralph Vincent Houston 

Nielsen, Fon Louise Corpus Christ! 

Nirken, Edgar Houston 

Norgaard. Donald Eugene Dallas 

Norvick, Morris Caesar Houston 

O'Conner, Lawrence Joseph, Jr Houston 

O'Fiel. Charlyne Louise Houston 

Ofner, Charles Francis San Antonio 

O'Rillion, Joe La Rose Houston 

Page. Grace Joyce Houston 

Palmer. Joseph Harold Houston 

Parker, Katherine Red Houston 

Patterson, Morris Duane Houston 

Pearson, Kathryn Houston 

Pemberton, Mary Ellen Houston 

Peters . Lois Houston 

Polk, Eleanor Margaret Houston 

Pomerantz, Miriam Adel Houston 

Pontello, Louis Angelo Houston 

Poole, Lucile Annis Texline 

Prade, Nat Harman Leakey 

Procter, William Frank Houston 

Puntch, Mary Zita Houston 

Radoff. J, P Houston 

Rainey, John Bradshaw Houston 

Ray, Minnadale Houston 

Red, David Douglass Houston 

Reddicliffe, Harold Arthur League City 



Redfield, Robert Crim Houston 

Redman, Travis Holland Houston 

Rhein, Walter Joseph Houston 

Rice. Mary Calder Houston 

Robson, Max Radcliffe, Jr Houston 

Rogers. Elizabeth North Dallas 

Roos. Lewis Van Skite Princeton, N. J. 

Ross. Joe Elmore Houston 

Rotan, Charlotte Rice Houston 

Roy, Marie Antoinette Houston 

Sadler. William DeWitt Mart 

St. John, Richard Hornbrook Marlin 

Sanders, Bernard Maurice Houston 

Sanders, Charles Malvin Houston 

Sawtelle, James Emsley. . . Houston 

Scarborough, Dorothy Winifred Houston 

Schelling. Joe Austin Houston 

Schlesser. Erich Freeport 

Schmurr, Alice Corena Houston 

Schreiber, Annette Mary Houston 

Schurmann, Leon Robert Houston 

Schwinn, Frederick S Houston 

Scott, James Hunter Houston 

Sears, Edward Johnson Houston 

Sears, Nelson Bernard Houston 

Shaid. Charles Alva Palestine 

Sherrill, William Morgan Houston 

Simpson, Albert Folwell . . Tampico. Tamps., Mex. 

Sims. Grace Elisabeth Houston 

Smith, Edward Howard Granville. Ohio 

Smith, Eleanore Dorothy Houston 

Smith, Sidney George Houston 

Smith, Tony Duboys Houston 

Speights, Anna Mignon Hemphill 

Stafford, John William Houston 

Stafford, Joseph Lang Houston 

Stanford, William Aaron San Angelo 

Steele. Allan Trezevant Houston 

Steli. Manson Houston 

Stephen, Rozanne Houston 

Stephenson, Kathleen Anite Houston 

Stovall, Florence Helen Houston 

Stuart. Mary Louise Houston 

Stuermer, Adolph Nonlheim 

Summers, Ruth Louise Houston 

Sumners. Thomas David. Houston 

Surgi, Marie Louise Houston 

Swilley, Lee Tuer Houston 

Switzer, Margaret Ardell Houston 

Talbert, Milton L China Spring 

Taylor, Courtney Longcope Houston 

Tsanoff, Nevenna Houston 

Tucker, Harold Walton Houston 

Tufts, Margaret Bell New Orleans, La, 

Turner, Frank Shannon Angleton 

Turner, Harry Adams Houston 

Vogt, Charles Frank Houston 

von Rosenberg. Charles Herman Houston 

Wallace, John Edwin Kansas City. Mo. 

Wallace, William Brooks Eagle Lake 

Warren. William S., Jr Houston 

Waters, Henry Clay Houston 

Watkin, Annie Ray Houston 

Wax. James Stratton Houston 

Wells. Clarence Asa Houston 

Whiteside, Camile Runnels Houston 

Wilks, William Edward Eden 

Williams, Albert Coivin Houston 

Williams, Byron Wallace Dallas 

Wilson, Allen B Hobby 

Wilson. Dorothy Alice Houston 

Wilson, Vernon O Baytown 

Wise, Denton Belford Paris 

Witt, Harry William Houston 

Wobus, Hermann Becker Houston 

Wolfe, Alfred S Henderson 

Wright, Merrill Clair Houston 

Wright, Ruth Paris 

Wyatt, Dorothea Eileen Conroe 

Yeager, John Glenn Houston 

Young, Frances Katy 

Young, Joe San Angelo 

Ziegler, Julius Fred Houston 




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DlCAT, Al\I> I'VUNKST 

Fahhen. Paul Lest eh 
Feagan, RiCHABn 
Floeter, Elizabeih 
Fowler, Josephine 

Gillespie. Minme Moore 
Glascock, _M\hv Henbietta 
Gordon, Wendell 
Gr\h\m. Sue 

Guthrie, VIR^A 
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Harrison, Hnn 
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Mays, Betty 
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Holt, Ruth 



HoRNE, Olive 
House, Edwin 
Humphreville, Lanelle 
Hurley, Henry C, Jr. 



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Fr.-rport 

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Houston 

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Honslun 

UfMislon 

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Dalli.s 

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Houston 



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Ryan. Cornklius 


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Scott, Waltkr .Iarkatt 


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Shambaiigh, Jean 


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Shaplev. Anna Bktii 
Slatkr. .Ikan 
Smith. K. Arnolij 
Smith, Frank 



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Sti;\ E.NS, Eleanor 
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FRESHMAN CLASS ROSTER 



Prcsitltnt. John Robert Martin Rnndolph FieU! 

\'ice-Prt?.-iitU^nt. Mary Jane Hale Houston 

Secrot:uT-Treai.urer. Karl ton Brink .... Wit-hita Falls 



Abbate. Joe Houston 

Aiiamd. Miiry Gray Houston 

Adkins. Wani Noble Houston 

A^nor. W. D Marshall 

Alber. Elsie Houston 

Albrecht. Florence Mai Houston 

Allan. John William OtiHen. Utah 

Allen. Sarah Nell Houston 

Apiitcby. Preston Urooks Houston 

Aral. Kazko Genoa 

Archer. Ellen Maic .... Houston 

Art). Billy Glynn Greenville 

Ashburn. Margaret GroGnville 

Austin, MarKiiret Catherine Houston 

Bailey. Florence Audrey Houston 

Baldwin. Jean John Houston 

Baldwin. Joo Shaw. Jr Dallas 

Barber. Jinimie Routt Clinton. Okla. 

Biirficld. Berkley Bartlett 

Barktey. Charlotte Elizabeth Houston 

Batncs. Addison LaFayette Houston 

BarnsUin, Alfred Jules Houston 

Barrett. Mary Catherine Houston 

Bartleit. Sarrh Kendrick Marlin 

Bas^ett. James Albert Dallas 

Battaile, Henry William Houston 

Bawcom, Ruth Foye Houston 

Beaulieu. William Clarence Houston 

Becker. Georpia Madeline Anderson 

Behnkcn. Mildred Louise Houston 

Bellamy. Cull Green Houston 

Belt. Maurice Houston 

Bender. William Cassell.... Houston 

Berkley. Russell Henry Montcomery 

Berry. Jack Francis Houston 

Bitrcio. Chester Conprdon Corpus Christi 

Blantnn. William Neal, Jr Houston 

Bcone. Berrill Harrison Navasota 

Boozalis. Tula John Houston 

Bradfield. James Robert Dainprerfield 

Brandenberper, John William Houston 

Brice. Wiliiam Eupeiie Camden 

Britton. Thomas Lemuel Houston 

Brocdon. Anne Lucile Houston 

Bropdon. Bernice Houston 

Brokaw. Earle Wilford Houston 

Bronkner. Ralph J Beaumont 

Brooks. Randall Earl Ennis 

Brown. Myrta Claire Houston 

Brown. William Oscar Houston 

Brown. Willow Belle Frances San Anpelo 

Bruce. Richard Liberty 

BruEprer. Clifford S Houston 

Bryant. Frank Albert Houston 

Btirch. Allen Eu;;ene Houston 

Burr. Mabel Dorothy Humble 

Burt. Mary Elizabeth Houston 

Bussa. Harry Irvin. Houston 

Campbell. Ben Sinpleton, Jr Houston 

Cannafax. Jane Houston 

Cuohion, Joseph James Texarkana 

Cavanach, Frank Houston 

Chambers. Oclavia Zenobia San Antonio 

Chamhl-ss. Gnvir C Anahuac 

Chandler. Dorothy Belle Houston 

Clarke. Jack Dudley Houston 

ClevenKcr. Helen Port Arthur 

Close. Mabelirrace Pasadena 

Cody. Claude Carr Houston 

Cole. Paul Raymond Odessa 

Collier. E\erelt Dalton Houston 

Collier. Margaret Rae Houston 

Collins. Howard William Port Arthur 

Col V in. Helen Inez Houston 

Cook, John Roscoe Houston 

Craic. Homer John Tampicu. Tamjis., Mex. 

Crawford. Marshall Francis Port Arthur 

Crowdtr. Robert Graham Fort Worth 

Crump. William Lucas Houston 

Dato. Edna Houston 

Davis. Marearot Elinor Houston 

Davis, Virginia Houston 

Decnan, James Haines Houston 

Dinsmccr. Mary Louise St. Marys, W. Va. 

Dohnnty. Ann Houston 

Douclas. Jam(s Buford Houston 

Drollir.Kcr. Clarence Orville Houston 

DuL'at. Alvin Ernc:U Freeport 

Dunk. Vivian Nettie Houston 

Dwipans. Ruth Atlaire Ganado 

Dwyer. Theodore Huder Houston 

Eiitnn, Roche.^^er Thomas Houston 

?>khardt. William Rudolph. HI Houston 

Kneel. Herman Albert Houston 

Evans. Howard Loe Houston 

Ewinc Floyd Ford Lockney 

FarKcrson, Vivian Elizabeth Houston 



Farren. Paul Lester Houston 

Feagnn. Richard Wynne Hamlin 

Fenity. Carl Lester, Jr Houston 

FerKUson. Dorothy Mae Houston 

Ferrell. Jim Gray Houston 

Fink. Mildied Dorothy Houston 

Fisher. Bernard Meredith Columbia. La, 

Flick. Mary Ellen Houston 

Flint. M;iry Madeline Houston 

Flocter. Elizabeth Cordiff Houston 

Forbes. John Robert Houston 

Foster. John Sidney Houston 

Foulks. James G Houston 

FoLirmy, Frank Campbell Houston 

Fowler, Josephine. Houston 

Frankie, John.iie San Benito 

Frazier. R.ibert Bcvis Houston 

Frederick. Ben Frederick Houston 

Friedman. J. W Austin 

Fricry, Thom;is Wilson Madisonville 

Frost, Jack William Houston 

GanimaKe, Troupe Ernest. Houston 

Garrett, Thurston Quincy Houston 

Gibson. David Irvin Texas City 

Gideon. Edward Nunnelee Houston 

Gillespie. Minnie Moore .Houston 

Gillette. Reanan Word Houston 

Gillis, Robert Raymond Houston 

Glascock, Mary Henriettix Houston 

Going-, Charles Edwin Lake Charles, La. 

Goodrich, .Jerome Duncan Houston 

Gordon. Wendell Chaffee Houston 

Graff, Clifford Otis Houston 

Graham, Robert. Jr Torreon, Coah., Mex. 

Graham. Sue Thompson Houston 

Gray. Louis Patrick Houston 

Gready. Howard Francis. Houston 

Gretnwood, Marvin Hender.son Houston 

Greer. Carl Ferrell Houston 

Griffiths. James Thompson Alta Loma 

Guthrie. Mary Virna Houston 

Guyler, Louise Elizabeth Simonton 

Hale. Mary Jiine Houston 

Hallman, Alfred Lee Midland 

Hallman. Gerald Beiphts Midland 

Hardy, Ruth Elizabeth Houston 

Harrinpton, Maurice Browne Houston 

Harr's, Geraldine V Dallas 

Harrison. Ruth Perla Palacios 

Haseltine, Nat Greene Dallas 

Hatcher, Ruth Houston 

Hatfield, Georpe Lelend Electra 

Haymes. Albert Burke Houston 

Hays, Betty Houston 

Hensch. Carl Russell Houston 

Hewitt, Ruth Houston 

He.vck, Frances Marie Houston 

Hiphtower, Milam Dona!d Liberty 

Hinzie. Marjurie Audrey Palestine 

Hjertberp, Muriel Eupenie Houston 

Hoencke. Gustavo Cook Houston 

Hclloway. Seliers Hosah Tallassee, Ala. 

Holmes, Harry Newton . Houston 

H( it, Ruth Elizabeth Houston 

Hopkins. All;-ne Marie Houston 

Ilorne, Olive Chesley Houston 

Horton, Jack Carter Houston 

House, Edwin Bonner Houston 

Howard. David Stewart New Hartford. N. Y. 

Humphrevilic. Lanelle. Houston 

Hunter. James Leonard Houston 

Huntley, Orville Prilchard Harlinpen 

Hurley. Henry Charles Houston 

Hurley, Mary Marparet Houston 

.Jackson, Mary Lucille Houston 

Jackson, William Kenyon San Antonio 

James. Patrick Henry Houston 

Jcnn, E. T., Jr Houston 

Jewett. Di'rothy Gladys Houston 

Johnson, Arnold Benjamin Houston 

Johnson, B, Kenneth New York Mills. Minn. 

Johnson. Cary Neil Houston 

Johnson, Dorothy Elizabeth Houston 

Kaminsky. Peter Ben Galveston 

Kay. Meta Houston 

Keller. Dorothy Bernadine Houston 

Kcily. Herman Floyd .Gainesville 

Kerr. James Herman Houston 

Kidder, H()ward Harold James Houston 

Kinp. Georpe Randolph Houston 

Koi;ayashi. Hope Fuku Webster 

Kobb. Sol Rudy Houston 

Kn.iGptr, Alba Virpinia Houston 

Kutschbach, Anna B Houston 

Kut-schenreuter. Paul Herbert .Houston 

Lanca.ster, William Moore Houston 

Lavery, Carl Clarence Houston 



FRESHMAN CLASS ROSTER (Continu.Ml) 



Lawton, Frederick George, II Houston 

Lee. Mildred Oliene Houston 

Lehmann. Rnih Elizabeth Houston 

Lester, Earl Lawrence Houston 

Lewis. Thomas Leslie. Jr Houston 

Liliestrand, Walter Emanuel Weslaco 

Llovd. Elizabeth Darden Houston 

L«:se. Harris Louwien STT 

Logan. James Hugo Bellv.Ue 

Loker. George Andrew. Jr Houston 

Love. Frances Marshall Houston 

Lvnn. Jack McGregor Ballingcr 

McCants. Malcolm Thomas Houston 

McCown. Thomas Ashby Alvin 

McFarland. Gerald Marion Houston 

McGaffey. Mary Jane Houston 

McGee. James Butler. Jr Houston 

McGee. James Henry Houston 

McGilvray. LaKue Cooko Houston 

McMahon. John Leo Houston 

McLean. Charles Harrison, Jr Houston 

McNair. Helen Frances Houston 

MacLaughlin. Guy. Jr Houston 

Maguire. William Lucius Houston 

Malone. William Chapman, Jr Houston 

Manford. Gertrude Morgan Houston 

Martin. John Robert Randolph Field 

Maske. Betty Brent Houston 

Mason, Mary Flora Corsicana 

Matteson. Burton James. Jr Donna 

Meeker. F. Raymond New York City. N. Y. 

Melton. Milton Ernest Allen 

Miller, Mary Emily Houston 

Miller, Ralph Edward San Antonio 

Minto. Wi'liam Munro Houston 

Moilliet. Marguerite Seymour 

Montgomery. Cecil Pauline Montgomery 

Moody. Everett Howard, Jr San Antonio 

Moore. Allen Charlton Houston 

Moore, Dolph Beadle Bay City 

Morgan. Berney Lambeth Cooper 

Morgan. Dorothy La Verne Houston 

Morgan. George Gay Frost 

de la Moriniore. Juliette Houston 

Morris. Harold Brett Houston 

Morris. Joe Alexander Houston 

Morris. Wllford Victor Houston 

Morrison. John Robert Dallas 

Motheral. George Ed Houston 

Mummcrt. Mordine Anne Houston 

Murphy. Barney Owen Houston 

Murphy. Daniel Francis Galveston 

Myers. Elton Palestine 

Nagai. Mamie Hayako Almeda 

Nathan. Loyce Marie Houston 

Nelms. Elizabeth Williams Houston 

Nelms, Lucian Williams Houston 

Nichols. Ralph Gregory Houston 

Nitze. Marjorie Elizabeth Houston 

Norris. George Clinton Howellville 

Northrop. Joseph Walter Houston 

O'Riordan. Mildred Houston 

Orr. Willis Poindexter Houston 

Oshman, Peter Galveston 

Owen. Wade. Jr Athens 

Pace. Jimmie Houston 

Pace. Jonnie Houston 

Parker. George Anthony Houston 

Parker. Leonard Bowles Houston 

Parrish. J. Beverly Dallas 

Patterson, Iris Mable Frost 

Pearson. Marian Houston 

Pearson, Patricia Houston 

Pedcn, Alexander Phillips Houston 

Piatt, John Arthur, Jr Houston 

Pollak, Edward Houston 

Poole. Doris Eletta Houston 

Pulley. Thomas Edward Houston 

Putnam. Helen Ingram Houston 

Reading. Hany Louis. Jr Eagle Lake 

Reeder. Allen Dean Houston 

Renter. Aldina Lillian Houston 

Reynolds. Paul Bernhardt Salisbury. N. C. 

Richter, Annie Ruth Ennis 

Rieger, Jane Houston 

Robbins. John Dana Tulsa. Okla. 

Robinson. David Dean Houston 

Rochellc, Marinelle Houston 

Rogers. John .Sinclair Houston 

Rorsevelt. Norma Mae Houston 

Rose, Jay Harold Houston 

Royall, Richard Ray Houston 

Ruff, Dorothy Loraine La Porte 

Ryan, Cornelius O'Brien v Houston 

Sabom, Robert Frederick Houston 

Sadlier, Muriel Elaine Houston 

Sauter, Lois Carolyn , Houston 

Scardino, Pete Lester Houston 

Scheffler, Cleophas Joseph , -Yorktown 



Schiller, James Curtiss Houston 

Schleeter, William Vesper Houston 

Schnitzer. George Cecil, Jr Houston 

Schnurr, Ida Mary Houston 

■Scott, Walter Jarrat Houston 

Segal, Jerome Joe Houston 

Sellers. Clemile Franklin Houston 

Senn. Claud Weldon Rotan 

Sentell. Margaret Josephine Alvin 

Shambaugh, Wilma Jean Houston 

•Shapley, Anna Beth Houston 

Shelton, Harris W Dallas 

Shelton, Dowlcn Houston 

Sherrill, Lillian Louise Houston 

Shilling, Alonzo RobL>rtus Houston 

Shirley, James Gilbert Mexico City, Mex. 

Shoss. Morris Houston 

S-sk. Eugene Bounds Houston 

Slal er. Jean Miriam Houston 

.Sm ith, A. Frank. Jr Houston 

Smith. Eliphlet Arnold Houston 

Smith, Harold John Port Arthur 

Smith. Patty Frances Houston 

Smith, Raymond Roy San Antonio 

Smith, Robert Taliaferro Greenfield, 111. 

Smith. William Carey Liberty 

Smvth. Rodger Grigsby Uvalde 

Sparks. John Wesley Houston 

Speed, Anne Elizabeth Houston 

Spence, Jack Walton Eagle Pass 

Steele, Jack Candle . Roscoe 

Steen, Frank William Dallas 

Stein, Rose Lee Rosenberg 

Steinberg, Hannah Vivian Houston 

Sterling, Lee Franklin Houston 

Stevens, Eleanor .Adriance Angleton 

Stevens, Jane Templeton Houston 

Stoner, John Randolph Kinsley, Kan. 

Sullivan, Frank B. King Houston 

Sullivan, Tillford B., Jr Granger 

Surles. Ruth Eloisc Houston 

Szafir. Edgar Emil Beaumont 

Talley. Carroll Homer. Gainesville 

Tarrer. James Keith ■ ■ ■ Houston 

Tausend, Harold Jack Houston 

Tausend, Ruth Edna Houston 

ten Brink, Karl Cornelius Wichita Falls 

Tenery, John Henry, Jr , Houston 

Tenery, William Boyce Houston 

Thriffitey, Estelle Carmen Houston 

Tinterow, Maurice Meyer Galveston 

Tittle, Sarah Martha . .Houston 

Todd. Paul Lee Houston 

Towell. Roy Harrison. Jr Eagle Lake 

Tow nes. Chris Garret Houston 

Townley. Lucille Frances Houston 

Treadwell. John Holland Menard 

Trible. John Bowles Houston 

Triplett. Mary Ellen Houston 

Turner. Dean Walton Henderson 

Turner. Jr e Gordon Carrizo Springs 

Tynes. Lee Nelson Houston 

Valiely, Doris Anne Houston 

Vinson. Martha Brice Houston 

Waddell, David Lewis Houston 

Walker, Dorothy Janet Houston 

Wall, Mavy Virginia Port Arthur 

Wallace. Elmer Martin Eagle Lake 

Wallace. Marie Marrast Houston 

Wailis, William McVickcr Houston 

Wa!sh. David Paul San Antonio 

Warriner. Ben. IV Fort Clark 

Watson. Robert Allan Houston 

Webre. Lloyd Posey Houston 

Weichert. David Richard Houston 

Weiser. Dorothy Buyer Houston 

Werner, Evelyn Albt-rta Houston 

Wertheimer, Haskell Houston 

Westlieimer, David Houston 

Whalen, Francis Houston 

Wheeler. Alfred Lee. Jr Danbury 

White. Edgar Warren. Jr Texas City 

White, William Parker . .Houston 

Wildman. Carol Bellaire 

Williams, Ed Paxton. Jr Ft. Worth 

Williams, Edward Carson Houston 

Williamson. Mary Eugenia Houston 

Wilson, James Monroe Houston 

Wilson. Joan Fcrrar Houston 

Winder, Van Perkins Seabrook 

Winterhalter. James Stewart Baytowii 

Wisenberg, Dorothy Janice Houston 

Wissinger, John Earl Houston 

Wittmer, Owen Willard Houston 

Wolfe, Calvin Edward Houston 

Woodson, Jacob Dudley Crockett 

Wright, Rosaline Houston 

Yellin, Bernard Houston 

Young. Henry Ben. Jr Houston 

Young, Reginald Gladish Houston 



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I) ell. i'K iihciul 1111(1 jiiiuji'. 

Does she LOIE I'.E.'s! 

They^re posing. Noohie's 

car is right across the 

street. 



Flo anil her French jtostal 
cards . 

"I ivonna see too.'' 



The cot anil the fiihlie. 

Higher, girls, higher! 

Leniine see them 

linihs! 





01 (ill I lie jtliiccs to put 
viiiir fiiiTu [lirturc! 

(.oiiic fiirls. (1 grciit hiii 
smile. 

I hiii iiitprdifiiiciit. 



Hiillv C.hil) (^iinstriirtiiiii 
( ,iiinj>iiii\ . 

I liiil Rice spirit lliiit never 

(irell. that seldom 

ever) flies. 



II e ciiii't decide irliellier 
tliot s John Barrvmore 
(I or liailoshir 'VsiiiiofJ. 

DriiiiKilie ('lull saiior. 



) eoli! I mean voti! 
SniiLes in the aras.s. 



Oh. Ifcpl sodeingedfoolisli! 

U lull's iIh' matter boys. 

don't YOU appreciate 

the joke? 



C.hihl Ijihtir. 
Phivniales. 



"So I sai<l to Einstein — " 

Oh, horrors! 

"Cooliciiil. I'litlisti'iiini'." 




q 



i 



\ I 



i«?s 






The party's getting rough 
— gire nie inv shoes. 

Can the Colonel lay those 
sandnirhes away! 





So irlint? 

Si) litis is ulitit I piiiil 
iiHiney for! 



I'inI; liiollihnishy \<il on 
your lijcl 

I liuiiil) voitr nose iil iiic. 



lie. iiimc on. Ii-I liini 
roll- Ik ice! 

Even Scliulzc rcails llic 
"(hil.-' 

flurry up, I'nincis. Dor 
is already ihroush! 



1 1 s /iellln lo he so's ii 

man can't get no 

eddication. 



■ / Ih'I you tell (ill the iiirls 
that." 



What? No Bcnns? 

Engineers going into their 
hole. 



nr 

9t 



mM/ammiiMmmmmi.:..-:^. 






^«s^f 



Cluckl Cluck! 

It's great to be alive. 

"That dirtv so and 



n 






The Architects initiate . 
some fun. 

Pipe Albrecht's shiner . 
she just wouldn 't keep 
her hands to herself. 



a 



'M 



i 






Thev need it. 

Hurry up! We're late. 



PEP 
RALLY 
TODAY 

I villi Ml 



rS, 



1 



T>^: 



I 
I 




Lei's mahf funny fiircs. 

Sill' iids I liii's iiiil. hut slic 
doiw him iironf'. 



1 1 (U per. yiiu 're "Slim pin 
Ouch: 

\l (tin ill) for llic (iussrr. 



'Ilicsf Ivnrhinfi (ijjniis do 
(lidu- ihf crouds. 



4 ''\ Tuii lo one he can !iel u 

I ">! billiard ball in 



his moulli. 

Three's mil a croud lo 

Dorolhv. She's loohiitji, 

for a fourth. 



nioir liiinl! 

The hand at Atislin. 



More finis. 

And n nninjo is not jnsl 
a hlnnkpt. 



1 1 \ III find Slinnnon. 

1/ hislicy — breeder iif Insi 
and crime. 



/■/(■(' mure friends for llie 
photographer. 

/I hdl about the Te.xas 
tforhiy 





SItDir lliciii loollin. hovsl! 

Cdiniiiiick (liscovira the 
camera. 



Ihr j'uliirc ctlilor thinks 
it's fiiitny. He'll leiini. 

Cloisler cavaliers and 
damsels. 



Ducky. 

Iitur prelly liirls. 



" I hiiill \l) liiiiise (ij hay, 
etc."" . . . 

" \cirr malic a ilimc thai 
icav." . . . 



Science is advancing. After 
three years of experi- 
menting, it finally 
worked. 

Lair of Big Bad Wolfie 

Altenburg. Girls 

beware! 



All-round athlete: golf and 
j>ing-j>ong. 

Aw shucks ! They snapped 
our picture. 

"Orer Somebody Else's 
Shoulder. " 



I honipson and Lenoir. 

Don't be Jooled Teeter: 

those boudoir-eves don t 

mean a thing. 



Deuce it all! The g(une is 
getting rough. 

If rang windou — Lofty 
Heights dropped dead. 

Tiddle-da-ivinker (pun) 
and sister. 




' Pirloridl Rcdiricn"' 
{iiiiollwr pun). 




i\<:\l Id FJiiiini filiv'n llic 

iiinsi iiiii(jin' diinci'r ivc 

ncr sine. 

Inniji liifili. fiirls! J] c 
mini (iiir (jiiailcr's 

lIDllll. 



1 III' niiiil ill llir hliir /mills I 

/,s inc. 

I licv nuidi' (I misldhi'. 



Noic sav. "All." 
\oic yiiu .say. "III." 



I III' fiirl on this siile docs 

mil (iljrcl (I soiiliisli- 

caled iiiaiitH-r. 



tl ho II do ri/iht l)\ our 
lllllr \rll. 

Sliiilifd ciiri'lessiu'ss. 



. til ihr mils diiii'l iiroiv on 
trci-s. 

Soul OusI I niiis. 

\ole Mill's dehillilillc 
sliiiiih. 





/•';■<•(/.• "Slic'.s iiiin<:" 

Olto: "No, she's iiiiiw.''' 

Lou HnsscI (of (ill iH'oi>lf) 

explains B.A. to Mac. 

^ es. Mae he iiiider- 

slaiul. 



These jolly jelloies Just 

drojiju'il in the elnh 

for (I luinil of hridge 

and a euj> of lea. 

('.(inii)us eelelirilies (?) 



I'oole die Prude. 

"I'll laufih dl yours, ij 
you'll laugh lU mine."' 

"Three Aees" Lowe. 



"Shueks, this ain't noth- 
ing. ) ou ought to see 
nie stand on niy 
head." 

"Ilelly and Huh." 



^ai»fe^.^;.:y-^ 



I'lw line uilli the big eiirn 
is W oofiis. 

The Alcheinisls. 



Leonont: "Me afraid':' run 
million volts of elec- 
tricity (ire mild com- 
pared to (I date null 
Boh Talley." 

"See what we did with 
our erector set'.-'" 



Listening to heartbeats of 
frog "bv remote control. " 

The Engineers didn I hnild 
this. It just happened. 



No, not Simi>le Simon. 

just our old friend 

Gus. 

Does she respond faror- 
ably. hoys':' 





I( (iiider if the pkiures on 

llic wall are responsible 

for Shult's pleased 

expression. 

U hal a jolt voii'll hare 

ivhen YOU ivake up and 

find No. (i turned in at 

the stable. 



New York Manie. of 
Speakeasv fame. 

Slarlled or natural':' 

The twins are out of slefi 

{if vou knoie ivhat I 

mean). 



Oneenie II nlkin. 



Perfect gentleman. 

There are rumors of mar- 
riage. 

lieaulifiil Hice-by-l he-Sea 

"Once a guest, alivuys 

a guest." (Kinda like 

Sing Sing on the 

Hudson). 



;>!)i*^AWi^.J,1^^A^ 



Finvler. Nitze. Glover, and 
Horn . 

I Itink I Ho /(«»/('." 



jr e can tell that "Jf ecdv^' 
Turner isn't an experi- 
enced canieni-lionnd 
lihe lite others. 

Are they giiinii ihtil free 
lunch hell! 



Smoky anil " liullerliall."' 

I hriii. the hiun uho de- 
lights in busting soph, 
engineers. 

I p-iind-eoniing young 
freshmen. 



Looks like a scene from ii 
morie of college life. 

Treading a measure al 
I nirersity Clnh. 





ACTIVITIES 




COMMENCEMENT ACTIVITIES lOSS 

liucailtiiireale Services — Sermon (l(>li\ cied by Bish- 
o|i lliraiii Vliiff Boaz. of llic Mflliodist Church of 
the South. Suutlav niorniu';, June -I . . . Services 
in tiie aeaileniic eourt . . . Openeil with the aca- 
(leniie procession — faculty ineniliers and seniors 
|iarticipating . . . Siihjecl of tlie sermon. "The 
Creat Question" — li\l. "What Think Ye Of 
Christ?" 



('.(iiiiiiiciKciiiciil I'.dwanl (irani ( ionlvlin o( 
Princclon I ni\('rsil\ dch\ered conunencenienl 
a(l(h(ss , . . Suhjecl. "W hither IJound." . . . Three 
hiuidr('<l and lilt<'en students received degrees . . . 
Degrees conferred by President Lovetl . . . TliirtN - 
live scholarsliips awardeil for year T)l?l?-I? I . . . 
Large croud witnessed exercises. 



Senior liiicricdii hirst senior social hniclioii 
. . . I.\ani> coin|ih'tc(l and e\ervl)()(lv happ\ . . . 
Meld .^alinihn niorniiig. .Iiuic !! on rool garden of 
Kice Motel . . . Ilcrnian \\ aldiuan pla\ed . . . 
Danced from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m. with time out for 
hmchcon at twelve . . . Pleasant beginning for 
senior functions. 



S'lVi/or Hdiiijiicl Dinner at Eigiil at tlic ^ aclil 
(Huh . . . Toinin) Hale elected |)crmanent presi- 
dciil of the Class of W^'H. Virginia \ inson, vice- 
proidcnt. and Frank \\ allace, secretarv-treasnrer 
. . . Speakers. Dr. llarrv Scott, and Mr. Sauuiel 
McCanii . . . Yachting and swinuning jirecedcd 
dinner ... Ml liad fun. 



Si'iiiar Ht'(Cj)lii}n — Alvin Moody. Trnut Fonville, 
William Strozier assisted President Ijovett in re- 
cci\ing. . . Meld in aiadcmic i-onrt from five until 
^c\cn alti'rnoon ol lime .> . . . I'^vervone dressed 
up . . . (iood food . . . Dr. Lovetl's final gesture to 
llic departing graduates. 



FiiKil ii(ill—\.Mi[ splurge of the class of "33 . . . 
Held in iieanlilidl> decorated Kice hallroom . . . 
Music by Arlie Simmons . . . Linen suits, organdy 
and net evening dresses, corsages, and a hell of a 
lot of perspiration . . . Dancing from ten till tuo- 
lliirt\ . . . .Snp|)er at midnight . . . lieing irnuumc 
(roin social proliation (llicir diplomas safcl\ 
linked awa\). llii- seniors made llii-ir c\il in a 
rrrand. hilarious fashion. 



1<).?.? M\Y FETE 

To strains of Mildred Milligan's harps, tin- 
1933's May Fete was under way . . . First to enter, 
king Alden I'aseiie . . . Following him, a heyy of 
l-'reshnien girls, entering by couples from gates to 
either side of throne: Eloise Abshier-Elizabeth 
Hall, Mary Crain-Charlotte Rotan. Sarah Street- 
Virginia Barnes. Mildred Malone-Nanine Farris 
. . . From o]j|)osite sides Duke Dayid Red and 
Dijrliess Mary Lou Moore approaeheil and met 
for long stroll lo foot of throne . . . Colleetioii of 
Sojilioniore representatiyes: Kate Ross Pallon- 
Wilma Bland, Margaret Castle-Mary B. Hensley. 
Leslie Thaeker-Ernestine Cantrell. Doris McGill- 
Doroihx (;il|iin . . . Duchess Peggy Soule escorted 
li\ Duke Kemp Lewis . . . Junior octaye: Lenoir 
l!()U<'n-Margaret Zenor, Mae Tuttle-Frances ('oi- 
lier. Lida \rncild- \dele Drenkle, Louise Ragan- 
Melba Slimpin . . . Duke Robert llannon with 
Duehess Madeline Freeman . . . Then the Seniors: 
Edwina Wiess-Louise Bryson. Jrma Fonville- 
Li'ola Me\er. Klleii Cleyeland-Aline Lucy. Anna 
Margaret Fooshee-Sue Sexton . . . Duke Hoberl 
HIair and Duchess Iris Bellows . . . Above groups 
arranged synnnetrically on steps leading to throne 
where king sat in royal solitude . . . Preceding 
Queen Pauline McDonald: Princesses Virginia 
Vinson. Rulh I^oughridge: Sceptre-Bearer Wilson 
Eraser: Flower Girls Clarita Fonville. Afary Ber- 
Iraii . . . King VIden rises to greet Queen Pauline 
as large crowil is presented with truly colorfid 
spectacle . . . Rainbow hues of rose, medium blue, 
orchid, and pale blue surmounted by Queen and 
King in white, fringed by princesses in peach . . . 
All against (Grecian background of Doric columns 
. . . Sublime followed by customary ridiculous as 
harp strains are supplanted by raucous heralds 
of '36 iconoclastic heroes of the May Fite. 





ENGINEERS- lULL 

llcrmil cii^inccrs caiiii' oiil of llii'ir cave, llio 
'Xh'cliaiiical Lai)." Cor a liig iiif;lil al llic l{i(i' 
rrrraic . . . Decorations were lircalli-lakiiif; iinlil 
<'\ ciN OIK' rcalizi'il lluil lln'\ liclon^rd to ihi' Icr- 
laii-. jusl (lone o\ cr . . . llaNc lo liaiid il lo llio 
Ivigiiicers Tor snalcliiiif; llii' opriiing iiiglil of llu' 
"new -" ballroom . . . Eiif;iiii'frs' Shiclil was of same 
iilillcrin;: iiialerial as llie fauns aii<l iiiides on (lie 
uall. cleNcrK Iving in willi tiie deeoralive selieme 
. . . Merman \\ aldman and his ever-popular or- 
(■lie>lra furnished the music ... A buffet supper 
al midnight — sandwiches, salad. an<l coffee . . . 
(General chairmen: (.eorge Alli'n and liiil h'crgn- 
son. 



(). W. L. S.— HAND DANCE 

A so|iiiislicated hiack and siKcr hallroom . . . 
SmarlU gouned co-eds and sua\e eds . . . Music 
li\ Itichard Shannon's Greater Colleoe Orchestra 
. . . Held I'hanksgiving Eve at River Oaks . . . 
Dinirif; the evening, the O. W. L. S. pledges were 
presented — Marjorie Nitze, Elizabeth Lloyd. Jean 
Slater. Josephine Fowler, and Virginia Wall . . . 
Ruffct supper served at miilnight ... A breakfast 
honoring the |ilcdgo li<-ld after dance . . . Exeeu- 
li\c conunillee ciiairmcn wcri' Roberta Woods 
anil \\ illiani Gibson. 



rill, "R" \sso(:i\TiON banquet 

r\xent\ -seven sweaters awarded . . . Lcttcrmen 
iliox- captain fur Ml team . . . Selected I'cri'V 
\rllnn who. liie Thresher reports, was "always a 
lighter and a |>ow'er in the centiM- of the line — 
The honor came as a fitting reward to one ol 
Rice's outstanding grid men" . . . Hal Michelson 
received (icorge Martin (College Inn trojjhy as 
most valuable plaver on the Rice team . . . Letters 
also presented lo the cross-country team . . . 
Numerals to freshmen athletes . . . Speakers in- 
cluded Coach jack Meagher of Rice. Coach Ered 
Thompson of Arkansas, and captain-elect Percy 
Arthur. 



INTER-LITERARY SOCIETY TEA 

I'irsl III llic litfiaiv socielics" s<icial liiMilioiis 
. . . \N as lieltl at Autrv House on October 16 . . . 
Receiving guests were the president and vice- 
president of each society . . . Mrs. Blake and Miss 
Lane presided at the tea table . . . Table graced bv 
puik asters and ])ink candles in silver candelabra 
. . . t'onunittees in charge were: Invitation — Le- 
noir Bowen (E.B.L.S.)- Charlotte Caniniack 
(P.A.L.S.), and Marjorie Worrall (O.W.L.S.): 
Refreshments — Stella McNeir. Nanine Ferris. 
Mary Louise Blohni (O.W.L.S.)- Katherine Red 
Parker, Collier Cooke. Charlotte McKinnev 
(E.B.L.S.). Charlotte Rotan. Ann Perlitz (P.A.- 
L.S.); Decorations— Roberta Woods (O.W.L.S.). 
Gertrude Manford (P.A.L.S.). and Kathleen Wil- 
son (E.B.L.S.) 



RALLY CLUB BREAK-TRAINING UANCE 

llnfortunate schedule caused the dance to be 
held a week after end of season . . . This did not. 
however, interfere with its success . . . The cele- 
brating was tumultuous . . . Ilelil at I niversitv 
Club . . . Shannon pla\ed . . . Football team was 
guest of honor . . . The evening marked the open- 
ing of hunting season for the freshmen girls among 
the more recalcitrant atliletes . . . Victims were 
manv and complete . . . Writer doesn't renieiid)er 
«lii'tlicr thev ser\ ed food . . . \\ asn"t n<'eiled anv- 
«a\ . . . Joim ( ',ook (the sane one) headed dance 
connnitlec. 



SOPHOMORE BALL 

A "Joe College" affair . . . Held last night of 
Februarv exams at River Oaks . . . Decorations 
clever and luiique . . . Pennants and tennis rackets 
evervwhere ... A typical prof himg in effigy from 
ceiling . . . Backdrop represented Youth — Lamp 
of Knowledge in one hand and bottle in other . . . 
Old Ox Road on porch proved a popidar inter- 
mission retreat . . . Some of the costinnes were un- 
familiarlv collegiate . . . Jimmie Klein and his 
Orchestra furnished excellent dance music . . . Hot 
dogs were served at midnight . . . Less said about 
that damned mustard, the better . . . Jim Sawtelle 
chairmaned dance committee . . . Ball was a gay 
diversion from exam worries. 





vKciii-VKi's cosri mi; bm.i, 

lliiiuls 1)1' till' clock Imiioii l)a<k . . . Kcslcd for 
sliorl space iil a lew hours on lliosegav limes, llie 
"iiiiielies"" . . . .lunlor League eonvertetl into liall- 
rooiu ol llie "\\ aldorl- Vslorui ... Costiuues were 
cDlorlul . . . Many Mae Wests and I'ioradora ijiris 
. . . Vnd did some of the girls have iiell with iheir 
liuslles . . . Hoys wore Prince Alherls. striped 
trousers, checked \ests. tennis hiazers. and 
moustaches . . . Murals of John L. Sullivan and 
Itcrtha. the sewing uiachine girl, gracetl the walls 
. . . Kichard Shannon and his Orchestra played 

"Hearts and Flowers," "After the Mall." and 

'Carioca"' . . . Ray Watkin chosen queen of hall 
. . . Presented with sheath of roses by Architectural 
Society president. Card Elliott ... A "free lunch" 
was available in cleverly decorated "Wonder 

liar" . . . /Architects to be congratidated on selec- 
tion of "(Jay Nineties" theme and elaborate 
decorations . . . To be condeuuK'd for letting 

facnllN mem hers have as nuich fun as the students. 



JUNIOR PROM 

ITeld in honor of Senior Class. March 1 at the 
Houston Chi!) . . . Struck a new note in its unicpie 
simplicity . . . Only decoration was an elaborate 
backdrop behind orchestra, bearing class numerals 
. . . Shaded lights and natural beauty of the Hous- 
ton Club added to dignity of the ball . . . Programs 
uitii an engraving of the \dniinislralion Huilding 
were attractive . . . Hobby l''ric<lmau ami his New 
^Ork orchestra played . . . Danced from eleven 
until three . . . Appetizing buffet supper served at 
one . . . Much credit for the success of the dance 
due Rill Krancis. Collier Cooke, president and 
vice-president respectively, of the Junior ( !lass, 
and to Charles McCarthy, general cliairman . . . 
Other committee men vsere Irwin Morris, decora- 
tions; Max Robson, hall and refreshments; Ed 
McClanahan, publicity; William Barton, bids; 
Roberta Woods, patrons; William Ferguson, 
music. 



I)K\M A'I'IC CIA I! \(:TI\ ITIKS 

llt'll licril Fer Hi'dicn — Pulitzer ]>iizr winning 
veliiclc Ipv Hatcher lliigiies . . . Presented at Little 
Theatre on Mareh 2'). 1933 . . . K. K. Adeoek 
directed — J. D. Thomas assisted in direction . . . 
Probalily best performance ever done by Rice 
Dramatic ('lub . . . Cast well balanced . . . Included 
llarr\ Uloom. Henry Kdwards. Card Klliott. Stan 
Cowley. Gerald Richardson. Billie Knight, and 
iMelba Slinipin . . . Bloom turned in best piece of 
acting . . . Francis Vesey's set was a real accom- 
plisiiinent . . . Story ih'alt with life of Carolina 
mountaineers . . . FamiK feuils. bootlegging, camp 
meetings, a religious fanalic . . . Tlicnic miMK 
interesting and character studv intensely so . . . 
John (^)ok acted as stage manager. 



Rose of the SoiitMitml — Presented November 
7 and K at Little Theatre . . . Directed by C L. 
Browne . . . An entertaining revival of an old 
Southern melodrama . . . Audience siglieil for hero- 
ine (Awilda Steves) and booed villain (Rollo 
Moyer) . . . Acting laurels go to David Red. the 
gallant hero . . . Rest of cast included Billie Knight. 
Bob (ilemcns. Card Klliott. Mary llutcheson. Flo 
Mason. Jane Canada, and Jane Hale . . . \udicnce 
cnmched peanuts in time with poignant songs of 
male quartet between acts . . . (Quartet composed 
of Vincent (iaine\ . .Stan (lowlev. Talbot V> ilson. 
and Card Klliott . . . T\ pical scene: audience 
snap])ing fingers as Kollo struggled (and diil he 
struggle) for lines. 



77ir Hluf Ghosi — Presented Alarch 2b at Little 
J'hcatre . . . Adcock and Thomas direiti'd . . . 
Claude llooten designed set . . . C^ast included 
Elridge Ryitian, Bob Clemens, Ed Clarke. Vlamie 
Dickson. Gerald Richardson. Dick Lilliott. James 
Thomas, and Elliott Flowers . . . Cast appeared 
and disappeared at regular intervals . . . Cast as 
well as audience still trying to discover who Blue 
Ghost was . . . Show packed with screams, pistol 
shots, uncanny ghosts, etc. . . . Bob ( 'lemcns gave 
best performance . . . Sensational parade, featur- 
ing Kay Watkin. staged down town . . . All who 
fainted during performance were hauled away in 
awaiting ambulance . . . Play so spooky it scared 
even the cast. 





U WAA CI, I I! I)1\M;K I)\NCK 

rill' HiilK ('lull \\rii! >()(l;il ill a liif;hlii(i« fa.-li- 
ii>ti (III llif cNcnini; of March !()... Kiili'ilaincil 
«illi an cxcepliimallv good formal iliiiiu-r and 
dance on ftice Hotel Terrace . . . Messrs. McCann. 
M((!anls. and Wciscr and llicir \vi\cs were giiesls 
(if honor . . . Party was in iiiarkc<l contrast to usual 
parties sponsored by same group . . . No charges 
for l)roken furniture . . . Good music and amusing 
antics furnished hv Dave Harmon and his SociciN 
()nhcslra . . . Ilighlighls of the evening: Speeches 
li\ Mc(!anii. Wciscr. and Mcdanls: mccling of 
cvcciilivc coiiiniit tec on i|ucslion of lio« iiuich lip 
should he given waiters . . . I'rcw Donald Mc- 
(^ants served as loastmaster. 



P.A.L.S.— PKE-MED DANCE 

Great iron gates hinged on rough stone pillars: 
grave! crunciiiiig hcncath the wheels: a rustic 
porli<-o and a wide doorway . . . Such was Hi'acli- 
nioMl on ihe night of April 2 . . . Lodge glcanicil 
uilli soft hliic liglits . . . Porches and gravel walks 
sparkled in moonlighl . . . Jimmy (iarriganV 
nalionalU known orchestra furnished dislinclive 
music . . . First hig dance of spring season . . . (win 
informalilv of organdies and taffetas and of rafl- 
ered ceilings and open hearths . . . And those moon- 
lighl inlermissions on llic terraced lawn — \aaaali 
. . .( ;<Mieral com mi lice headed hv Mary I lulcheson 
and Frank Scott Glover . . . IJettv Rogers and 
\lclta Tomlinson arranged for orchestra . . . Lida 
Arnold had charge of palroii hids . . . InciilcnlK 
llic crashecs were immolc^lcil this \car. 



SATl KDAY NI(;ilT DANCKS 

Were hig ^llcce^s lliis \ear in spile of iiuicli 
pessimistic speculati(»n last spring . . . Hcluriied lo 
I niversitv Chih — the only sensible place for ihciii 
. . . Richard Shannon and his orchestra furnisheil 
music . . . Best music e\<'r |(la\ed al Rice Saliircjav 
night dances ... In spile of liolida\ s and coiii|(cl!- 
lioM. (lances were well attended . . . Dances heljied 
h\ lie\\ of ever present cute freslimen girls . . . 
Sclmlzc. McCants, Ryman, Cook. Black, and 
Geiselman formeil clleclivc and business-like 
dance coinmillee . . . Much crcdil due ihem for 
success of the dances . . . Lewis. Rung. Michelson, 
and ('lark proved ihemsi'Kes eyeelleni bouncers. 



EIGHTH BIENNIAL ENGINEERING SHOW 

Opened April l.'Uli bv Mr. Robert J. Cunimins 
. . . Designed to acquaint public with engineering 
|)r(>grcss at Rice . . . Visited bv .iO.OOO people . . . 
I'\liibits more compact, self-explanalorv. and 
]iractical tiiaii usually . . . Some outstanding ex- 
bibits: a television set designed bv Donald Nor- 
gaard witli assistance of Artbur Wood: a radio 
controlled car rebuilt and operated bv Rueben 
Caplan, Dudley O'Fiel. Jinunie Hudson, and 
Harry Hrivnatz: a speecb scrambler constructed 
bv Jolm Millington . . . Alcbemist sbow quite en- 
tertaining . . . Psychology exhibits also good . . . 
First Engineering Alumni reunion held in dining 
hall on Saturday, the fourteenth . . . Decided to 
hold reunion with every Show . . . Francis Burleth 
elected chairman for "36 reunion conunittee . . . 
Joe Shannon served as toastmaster . . . \ tackv 
party honoring participants in Show held April 25 
. . . Was a riotous affair. 



OJJuiah 

Haylktt O'Neill Gcncml Munaficr 

Hubert Brogdon Fiiunuv 

Rich vro Adams Puhlirilv 

Harry Hrivnatz I'oiivr 

Harry Myers Display 

Haskins Hartwell Traffic 

J. E. Reed Pmeraais 



I li'iKirliiiciildl Miinaiiern 

Dudley O'Fiel Electrical Engiiiecrin/i 

Carl Kuhn Chemical Engineering 

George Showers Mechanical Engineering 

Al Lederer Ciril Engineering 

Richard Scobee Biology 

Floyd McNutt Economics 

Martin Gould Physics 

Talbott Wilson Architecture 

Howard Calvin Psychology 



Assistant 1 lanagers 

Walton Greer Electrical Engineering 

^ ILI.IAM Pow ell Mechanical F^ngineering 

Ballard Jarad Ciril Engineering 

Jack Van Gundy Chemical Engineering 





ORGANIZATIONS 




Dionne 
Lacy 
Daloy 
I'.illoii 



li^rncs 

IU)WiMl 



(^.rain 
Di.-ksoii 

.lolinsoM 



MaloEic 
Mtkiiiiu'v 



I'arkcr 
I'olk 
Slevre 
Tsaii.ilV 



\ irisDn 
Walking 



Harklcy 
Hurt 
llrallalll 
( itithric 



ELIZABETH BALDWIN LITERARY 
SOCIETY 

Tlic oiliest literary society on the eam- 
|uis . . . look, for its literar\ slinlies tins 
year the >vorks of John (>als\vorthy. with 
esj>eeial reference to the iorsvtc Saga . . . 
C'ontributed to the Community Chest, 
the symphony orchestra, and needy chari- 
ties . . . W as led this year by capable 
katherine Dionne . . . Aggressively con- 
cerned in all school polities: supplied the 
May Fete Queen . . . Entertained with 
teas, dinners, and dances all \ ear . . . \ cry 
positive in rushing . . . Landed two of tlie 
most sought-after pledges . . . Dance in 
conjunction with the Pre-Law Society 
was good . . . Beat the highly touted 
P. A. L. S. basketball team 21-18 . . . Susie 
Buford starred . . . Also beat the O.W.L.S. 
. . . Maintains an annual scholarship for 
a wortby^ student chosen by Faculty on 
grounds of scholarship, personality, and 
plnsical yigor. 



OJJkers 

Katiikbink Uionnk PrcsUlenl. 

Ida Di;li. Lacy Vice-President 

Dorothy Daley Secrelary 

Kate Ross Pattoiv Treasurer 

Ray Watkin Member-ul-hirgc 

Henrietta Cabhill Critic 

Mildred Malonf Program Ciiairman 

Kathertni^ Reo Parker Trihuno! 

Ella Campbell Myer Scrgraril-al-timis 

Margaret Polk Reporler 

Mamie DicksoiS Lord Keeper of the Scraps 



Members 



Virginia Rarnes 
Lenoir Bowen 
Susie Bui-'ord 
Henrietta Cargill 
Collier Cooke 
Agnes Cox 
Mary Crain 
Gladys Marie Deerinc 
Katherine Dionne 
Dorothy Daley 
Mamie Dickson 
Dorothy Jofinson 
Ida Dell Lacy 

M ILIHU:i» M ALONi: 



Charlotte McIvinney 
Audrey Moody 
Mary Lou Moore 
Ella Camrrell Myer 

IlLIZABETH NkATHKRY 

KATH[i:R[N[-: Red Parker 
Kate Ross Ration 
Margaret Polk 
AwiLDA Steves 
Nevenna Tsanoff 
Julia Vinson 
l^AY Watkin 
Kathleen Wplson 
liuTii Wright 



Pledges 



\l;is(Mi 


Sarah Nell Allen 


Mary Virna Guthrie 


M tiiiiriMTl 


Charlotte Barkley 


Klo Mason 


\ irisori 


Elizabeth Burt 
Virginia Davis 


Mordine Mummebt 
Ei'GENiA Williamson 


Willi;. rnsui. 


Sue Graham 


Martha Vinson 



PALLAS ATHENE LLIEH \K\ 
SOCIETY 

Literary program for tliis vear was mis- 
cellaneous contemporarv fiction — a dif- 
ferent book reviewed at evcrv meeting . . . 
Came out on top in pledging scramble . . . 
Got fifteen cute ones . . . Not to be out- 
done by the E. B.'s. the P. A. L. S. also 
entertained frequently . . . Principal social 
function was the siiccessfid P. \. L. S. — 
Pre-Med Dance . . . Mar\ llulclicson was 
an able president . . . Ml nuMuhers are 
attractive and popular . . . Was well 
represented in May Fete . . . Provides an 
annual scholarship open to a voimg wo- 
man student selected by Kacull\ on 
grounds of scholarship, personality, and 
physical vigor. 



OfflriTs 

M \ n\ III icill-iSoN I*irsitlrnl 

LiDv AnNOLlj \ trr-PrrsidrnI 

Dorothy Qi_iiiv Serrvtnry 

Leonora Heyck Trrnsnrrr 

Charlotte Rotan Ciuinrilnntn-til-hinjr 

Betty Rogers Progrtirn Chnirmun 

Elizabeth Sullivan Sergranl-al-urni.i 

Emily Stalnakkr Hrijorirr 



IlllU-li(.'yoii 

,\riiol<l 

Quill 

E. Heyck 



C'ainniack 
t)ickenshieel: 
PerLilz 
Slaliiak.M- 



Sullivan 
II Ml.ri 
Baldwin 
( 'ainiaf'av 



Drhoia-y 

Flo.-lcr 

Hair 

l\ II.N.k 



Mr, 


ihrrs 




LlUA AR-NULU 


Mahy G\Lr)i:it Mice 




DonOTKY BUH^S 


Betty Him;i:iis 




Charlotte Cammack 


Charlotte B()TA^ 




LaVONIVE DiCKENyilEETS 


Jean SiiAMBAuorr 


Huriie 


Leonora Heyck 
Mary Hutcheson 


Emilie Stalnaker 
Elizabeth Sullivan 


Green 
Nelms 


Gertrude Manfohd 


Emily Tallichet 


Anne Louise Perlitz 


Madeline Walton 


ShambauKi 


Dorothy Quin 


Gene Burroughs 





Pk'd'ics 



Harriet Allen 


Hazel Green 


Streiuiiiel 


Jean Baldwin 


Elizabeth Nelms 


Tomlinson 


Jane Cannafax 


Frances Stremmel 


Weiser 


Elizabeth Floeter 


Metta Tomlinson 




Mary Jane Hale 


Dorothy Weiser 




Frances Heyck 


Joan Wilson 




Olive Horne 


Anne Dehoney 







T:ill.'y 

l'i.-,'iii;ni 

WuifMll 

llrillirk 



Hluhni 
hoyil 
Hrosius 
( '.a \ i 1 1 



i:hirii 

Ferris 
<;rci'Ti 



kiii^'hl 
MallcN 
\l,\,ir 
IN'arsoti 



\\ ooils 
/(■nor- 



Uoycl 
Nil/.- 
Slater 
Wall 



owKiN wisiKK 1,1 1 i;kary 

SOCIETY 

^ oime('sl 111' llic lliii-i- lilciai\ sociclics 
. . . Sliidics lilrraliirc uhicli is of iiilcrcsl 
Id ini-inlx'is 111' llic I'liili ... \l si-vcral iipi'ii 
iiici'lii|a:s iluriiif; year laciillv inciiiix'rs 
adilrcsscil ihe cliil) . . . Vriiiiial I'lumks- 
givini; ilanre given in rnnjiincliiiii willi 
the band . . . One of (he liij; dances of the 
year . . . Revenue from dance is donated 
111 llic liisliliitc l.ilirary . . . I'lirnial dinner 
eiyen |(lcdf;es in fall . . . \ riolous inilia- 
tion held after inid-tcrni evaiiis . . . I'nl>- 
lislied a \ cry useful student directory . . . 
Pledgeil one of cutest freshmen on cam- 
pus . . . Su|i|ilied junior and sophomore 
iluchcssi's for \lav Kete and lioth presi- 
dents of Woman's (iouncil . . . Mso fur- 
nislied Rice sweethearl to the limmd I p 
. . . (!luli is fiainiuf; power every year . . . 
V\ as presided oyer tiiis year by efficient 
llallie l!cth Tallev. 



OJJirrrs 

II Mill: liiriii Tu.i.nY President 

\1 VDKl.lMO l'ui;i;M\ry Vice-President 

M AR.IORIK WoKKALL Serrelarv 

M vin lli.DiiKk Trciisnrcr 

I! \i(ii;ii M \LLOY I'nhlirily 

liii.i.iK Kmght Serge(inl-(il-iirnis 

Kl.l/. viiE-nn Hall Serfieniil-iil-nrins 

Mary (Iwitt I'nifinnn Chiiirmtin 

\1 M!(; M!i;r Uhosh s llislnrinn 

M \KY f,()l ISK I{|,()IIM I'lirlinnii'iittirinn 



Menihers 
\l Mty l^ui isi; Kioiiyi lj,i/\Bi;rH Hall 

M AR.IORIK MoM> lilLLIt: KmGHT 

M ARCJARE'/r IJroSII S ll\HRIKT M M.LOY 

Mary Cavii r .Sii.i.Ly McNkir 

Lalle Lee l',iii,i:iri k vriiuYX Pearson 
Nanine Ferris Kosa>ne Stephen 

Julia Green Robkrt\ W<)ot>s 

IV! Aiu; yuET Ze\or 



Pledges 

.Josephine Foavler Anna BethShapley 
Elizabeth Lloyd ,Tean Slater 
Marjorie Nitze Patty Smith 

Virginia Wall 



PRE-LAW ASSOCIATION 

Membership composed of potential 
barristers . . . Met bl-iiiontliK . . . En- 
gaged many prominent Houston lawyers 
to speak at these meetings . . . Members 
ushered al the ()|)eii Forum meetings . . . 
Pledges kidnapped chairuian of initiation 
coinniittee . . . But thev paid and paid 
and paid . . . Annual hanijuet one of oul- 
slanding events on RJee social calendar 
. . . Dance given in conjunction with 
E. B. L. S.. another big event . . . Person- 
nel included manv students of note on 
the Rice campus . . . Prew Fred Alter and 
other odicers deserve notice for making 
this group one of leading mens cluhs at 
Kice. 



Officors 

Fred C. Ai^ter I'residcnl 

lion \Ri» (Ialvin I icc-Fresidt'Hl 

Sweeney Doehring. Sirrcutry-Treasuror 
Vincent S. Donoghite Sfii.-nt- Uins 



Alter 

Ciilviii 

r>(>noliiie 



\lc.. 

('r'ookcr' 

Douglas 



Klowors 
Ford 
l'"r;i ricis 



Afpm 


hers 


(_i;irner 
Hess 


Joe Aleo 


Bill Francis 




Fred Alter 


J. P. GVRNER 


MeClaruihun 


Bill Barton 


W. 0. Hlggins 




Howard (Jalvin 


\\ iLBVR Hess 




John Crooker 


Irwin Morris 




Sweeney Doehring 


F]d McClan\han 




H\RL Douglas 


Jack Power 


Powor 


Vincent Donoghue 


Edgar Smith 


Sfiiirli 


Elliott Flowers 


Joe Williamson 


Wilkins 


Bon Ford 


LlCIAN WiLKENS 


\VillK.r<isiMi 





MiCanls 
HiiT^'inbotlmm 

Lewis 

Doiiohuo 



WVhsh- 
Mini 



I'.llll.llry 
CmMii 

.1. (;,,,,k 



R. Cook 
W (-...ol, 

i':iiioii 
h'ii.' 



l-'loWiTS 

I'ord 

I'lMEl.is 

( il'isi-lltlHIl 



l,.-e 

MiWhirler 
Mi-adows 
N.inif 



I'mIIcisoti 

I'ik.- 

INiwcr 

( hiliiii 

Hi. I,;,r<lsuii 



HyiiMiii 
'rimiiipson 
W liil,- 
Uilkiris 

W lis.. I, 



RALLY CLUB 

Purpose: to orciilc iiimI niiiintiiiii si-)tool >^pii-il ;il 
Itiir (surno l;isk) . . , Many carupiis ci'Iehrilii's in 
pf'isdinicl . . I iiiiitlliii usliciin^ atiil sair ol' pi(»- 
;'iains al allilflir tvriils . . . I'laaiitcd > cll-lfa.Ii-is 
in pi'p-tall^. cvpcnscs . . . \nniial luiak-l lainini; 
tlanii- lioiiDiiiiti I'lKtlhall loiitn, was a rousing sni'ccss 

. Till' Chih, like tin- lih'iary societies, entertained 
with several niee, (|uicl lillh- (liuu.'s at Kotehelov- 
sky's Daiu'in^ Scliool . . . \clive in inlrainnr'al 
alliletie ailivilies . . . Ural llii- han<l IV.otboll team 
I'ur the Ihiiil <onseeuli\e year to win tlie Eagle 
Trophy (ilonateil hy Cont^ressinaii Joe Eagle) . . . 
\..u it's Ihr Hall> Clul.'s I'oi ke.-ps . . . Held a 

lornial dituhM lliis >r;u-at ih.- Iti..- II I . . . I). -an. 

Ue^isli'ar, and Bursar alh-ndid . . Mas doiu- nnirh 
lo awaken a some what inanirualf sludenl hod s . 



(Ij;iirrrs 

Donald McCants Presiiipnl 

Wilson Higginbotham \'u'f-Prrsi(hwi( 

Kemp Lkwis Spcretary 

ViNCKNT DoNoiMn-; Treasurer 

I ) \ N W I US I I u .Srnitiinl-iil-ar/iis 



Members 



.Toe Alko 
Fred Altkii 
George Allen 
Hill Altman 
liir.i. I'. \n roi\ 
] Iahi'kh Black 

"Doc" BniNULKY 

Pearson Caldwell 
Howard Calvin 
Ben Cash 
.loiiN Cook 

It W MOMi (>OOK 
iiiLL Ci»UK 

Francis Cn v\\ i iuo> 
Frazier CrAWI'IMU) 

Vincent Donomi i, 
Thomas Donald 
Card Ellioti 
Sam Farqlihar 
Ralph Fite 

I^^LLIOTT l''Lf)\VI']HS 

Bob Ford 

Bill Francis 

Wilson HiGGiNiiorii \m 

GnOVER GEISELi\L\N 
B. IIlGGINS 



Kemp Lewis 
.liMMiE Lee 
Donald McCants 
John McWhirter 
Henry Meadows 

MaTIRY MoNTEITEr 

Balimi Nemir 
Morris Patterson 
( iEOHGE Pike 
Jack Power 
Pat Quinn 

( il It VM> Itn II S ItDSOX 

\\\ om B(in>oN 
M\\ \Un 

la.DHlDGE ByMAN 

.loi-; Sciii:LLiNf: 
Aibrey Smith 
BoiiDE Storey 
Thomas Thaggard 
Howard Thompson 
Dan Webster 
Baled. H White 
Lucian Wilkins 
Talbot Wilson 
\iu Williams 
Julian Mlli.i;r 



ENGINEERING SOCIETY 

Foniu'd ill spring' of 1915 to briag together the sliuieiit^s of 
the Civil. Mechanical, Electrical, and Chemical Engineering 
Departments . . . At present bi-weekly meetings, practicing 
engineers and business men of Houston deliver addresses on 
various phases of work that students may encounter after 
graduation . . . Sponsors the initial formal dance of tlie year, 
the Engineers' Ball; the Engineers" Tacky Party in the spring: 
and a iinal banquet at the close of the year at which the new 
members are initiated . . . Most important of the Society's 
a4tivities is the Biennial Engineering Show . . . During past 
year, over 60.000 people visited the various exhibits . . . Gives 
the public a splendid opportunity to become acquainted with 
work iK'ing done in science departments at Bice . . . \lso gives 
sludents a chance to display their technical and executive 
ability in hauflling of Show. 



Oflin- 



A. C. Lederer Presidenf 

James Hudson Vice-President 

Richard Adams Serrelary 

W. M. Powell Treasurer 

II vsKiNs II \in \\ ELL Kxec. Connnilteefiuiii 



Mf'/nhe, 



y\,DAMS. F. V. 

Adams. B. 
Allen. J. V. 
.\llen. Geo. 
Arnold, k. D. 
Avebell, J. 
Br All. R. 
Brigos. F. 
Brise, W. E. 
Brogdon. v. H. 
Brooke, C. \ .. Jr. 
Bryant. F. 
Collins. H. \V. 
Cook. C. W. 
Cook, John 
Cook, \V. O. 
Cooper. B. L.. Jr. 
Dawson, .1. B. 
Dodd. L. C- 
DoGGETT, John 
DowE, V. B. 
DwYER. Ted 
Elder, H. E. 
Fairbrothkr, H. 
Fergl'-son. \Vm. 
Fitzhuoh. R. 
Fowler, Jas. 

(iREER, W. J. 
H.\GGE, C. 

Harp, VVm. 
Hartwell, J. H. 
H.atfield. G. L., Jr. 
Hildebrandt, J. P. 
Hensciien, Gus 
Hudson, J. H. 
Jackson, H. A. 
Jenn, E. T. 
Jones, T. P. 
Knowles, M- K. 
Krause, F. H. 
Lansberg, H. 
Lawton, Fred 
Lederer, A. C. 



Lenoir, P'rank 
L<>r<;nHiD(iF.. T. J. 
Ll EDKRS, Hi <;<» 
MacLai'Ghlin, ( ; 
M.\TTESON, B. J., Jr. 
Mattiza. C. A., Jr. 
Meek, Walter 
Meeker, Richard 
Metc\lf. R. 
Moore. D. B. 
Myers. Harry 

NORTHRUP. Jos 

O'FiEL, J. C. D.. Jr. 
(Oliver. Ei'Gknk 
O'Neill. H., Jr. 
Ostkbman. H. V. 
Parker. B. F. 
Pestell, W. 
Powell. W. M. 
Rainey. J. B. 
Bamev. Ben 
Bedman, Travis 
bobinson, r. g. 
Savilley. L. T. 
Schnitzer, G. C, Jr. 
Shirley. Jas. 
Showers, G. W. 
Stockton. Frank 
Studer. E. a. 
Sullivan, F. B. 
T.alley, Carroll 
Todd, Paul 
Treadwell, J. H. 
Van Gundy. Jack 
Walsh. David 
Walton, Robt. 
Watson, Earl 
Weaver. E. M. 
Wells, Clarence 
W^estheimer. D. 
Wilson, G. W. 
Wright, Merrill 
Yeager. J. G. 



Lederer 
Vdarns. G. R. 
Powell 
Adams F. \ . 

Allen. J. 'i. 
Allen. Geo. 
.\verill 
Brogd.Hi 

Bryant 
Cook. J. B 

Doggett 
Falrbrother 

Ferguson 
(lould 
Greer 
Hensclieii 

Hogge 
Hrivnat/. 
Landsberg 
Lenoir 

Mattes.. n 
jMeeker 
Moore 
Myers 

O'Fiel 

O'Neill 

Osterman 

Parker 



Pitner 
Rainey 

Bobinsoii 

Showers 

Studer 



Van finndx 

Watsiin 

Wells 

Wright 

Yeager 





Sliaiiiiun 



I'.iiil.i.illicrs 




HAiNI) 



OJJIrrrs 

LliE C\l \ I II \M hirciliir 

\\ 11,1,1 vM (;iu.si>N lidiiil \l<iiuiger 

KiCHAltii Sii \N\ON I'if'sideiit 

Nolan li uihk k \ icc-Prosidcnt 

llouvcK !•' ui!iiU(H iii;us Driiin Majtir 

Vuriii u \\ (n(i) Liliniiian 

Mciiiheis 

John Ai.i, v\ Cluiiiut 

NoLW lUliKlcK Clariiii'l 

Clifkoki) liiii (,(;Kii Bass 

Wilfred liRiGGKU Sa.xoplioiif 

Robert Clemens Tronihonc 

AlVIN Dl'GAT Sa.\(>l>lllHI(' 

Vi 11,1,1 \M Kli \ssoK Clarincl 

Klo'^ 1) KwiNG C.ldrinot 

Robert Fitzhlu;!! Ctinici 

Charles Frei!>i)li<:ii Sii.\ii[)li(in<> 

DWID (ilUSON ///() 

\V ILLIA^l (ilBSON CortWl 

John (Jreev Saxopluinc 

IJicii uti) II I ii'-oN SaxopliDiii' 

B\LL\RU J AREIJ Barilonr 

Lawrence Johnson Coriwl 

(iiY M vcLvi ciii.iN Bass 

II VRoi.ii MoiiRis Saxophone 

(;eok(;k \Ioiiieral Clarincl 

I'ltWkl.lN I'VRkER C.onil'l 

Koiii:n I HolilNsoN ('.iinifl 

Robert Sabom Conwl 

I'.RKll Schleser Clarincl 

Kkh \RD Shannon Clarincl 

(;i;()R(;e Shii'LEY Carncl 

\ll\n Steele ill,, 

M ii.roN r\LBi;Rr Clarincl 

M \l UKE riNTlvlton Dram 

,1 vcK \ AN (Jdndy Ironihinic 

Ci.\ HENCE Wells Ilia 

lion \Ri) Wilson Drum 

,Ai{riii li W ()oi> Clarincl 

l)l l>i,l,> W ooDsoN Drain 



AKCIIITECTLRAL S(JCIETY 



Officers 

Card Klliott I'rc^iilcnl 

RoBROY Carroll ( icc-l'rcsiilcni 

John C^^shman' St'crctary 

Abe Kra\t/ 'ImiMtrtr 

Mi'iiihcrs 



IsXHKLLK |{oi:k 
Nolan IUuukr 
1{0hi{0^ cvbroll 
John Cashman 
Peggy Castle 
Hob ( Ilkmens 
Frank Dill 
Tom Don u.n 
Tri man Dotty 

MaRLAIN Dl'NLAP 

C\Ri) Klliott 
George Faslllo 

HiCN.J \MIN (JrEKNWOOD 

Vincent (Jainey 



(in \ll \M J MkSON 

j vi k k.nosim \n 
Abe Krantz 
Irivin Morris 
RoN\Li) Morrison 
Mdhrison M \i i'o\ 

I'lloM \S M I S(,RO\ K 

Robert Rick 

\l BR^ KoHlNSON 

Richard Shannon 
John Shurtleff 
James Tiiom \s 

L\»RENCE \ IDRINE 

Jim W ichster 
Talbot Wilson 



Ellioil 
Carrnll 



Ciisliin;in 
Kriiniz 





(lui.'kSMll 



Ihinicr 






Hfwilt 
Uj.TlhiTS 



\(M-ris 
Pfiirson 



Srarboroiif^h 
Taylor 



TENNTS CLUB 

\('li\il\ llouiisliiMl iiiiilt'r ul)lt' j;iii<l;uicc <>l presi- 
(Icnt. Minii Knodt'l . . . (iave a beneiil liriilge ])ai- 
tv. proceeds beiiif; eonlrihiited to Autrv House . . . 
Also entertained witli l\vo informal parlies — one 
in iionor of senior nienilicrs ol eluli . . . All three 
affairs were deli^litful . . . Annual fprin^ and fall 
louruanieuts are of interest to members . . . Mem- 
bers ranked according to their showing in these 
tournaments . . . Highest ranking player is Kalb- 
erine Pearson ... A real credit to the chd) . . . 
Other outslaiuling players in club are: iJlauciie 
Ta\ior. Kutli Sumners, Courtney Taylor, Mimi 
kiiodel. Lois Dawson. S> billa Stillman. Kppie 
(,)uicksall. and katherine Horner . . . Club awards 
annually trophies to the highest ranking single 
player and doubles team. 



OJIia-rs 

MlKl\M Knodisl Presidcnl 

Eppie QricKSALL J icc-Prcsiili'iii 

Katherine Horner Secretary 

Blanche Taylor Treasurer 

Sybilla Stillman Reporter 

Mcniheni 



Ruth Barry 

BowE 1) \y]s Hi;\yjr 

Ki I H Hew itt 

M IRIEL HjERTBERG 

Mary Norris 
Ch \rlyne OTiel 



Dorothy Sdakhokoi otr 
Ruth Sumners 
(Courtney Taylor 
Florence Stovall 
Loi.s Dawson 
K \riiuYN Pe\rson 



DEBATE CLUB 

Meet weekly at Aiitrv House . . . Coached by 
Lee iVI. Sliarrar. ex-dean ... J. D. Thoina.s seryed 
as faculty adyiser . . . Had \ erv successful season 
... In first deliate of season William Blanton. 
George Brindley. and William Jessup formed Kice 
team and defeated Houston l^aw School . . . i\e\t 
Cornelius Ryan and Wendell Gordon teamed to- 
gether to heat South Texas Law School . . . Cor- 
nelius Kyan and ^ illiam Blanton also gained 
decision over debaters from Sam Houston State 
Teachers College . . . Club sent William Jessup 
and Wendell (Gordon lo San Antonio in the spring 
to represent Rice at the liattle of Flowers Fiesta. 



Masterson 
Scott 



Officers 

William Masterson Presiilmi 

James Scott I ici'-Prcsiilcni 

\\ ILI.I VM Jessup Secrptfiry-Trpamirrr 



M('tuh(> 



Darwin Andris 
Arnold Aronson 
Milton Blake 
William Blanton 



George Brindley 
John Costley 
Wendell Gordon 
CoRNELii s Ryan 



.lfSSll|l 

Tlioi.wi 





I'all.- 



iuVLTOll 



I'. II;. II 

M;insli.'l 

li:inics 



II r.n.ij.jo 
II l-.io-.ln 



Murphy 
ItusI 

TiiNlor 



i; \P'IIS'I sri DKIMT'S LINIDN 



C.nunril Mriiihrrs 

GEonrjE Mii.LKK President 

CiinisTiNK Mali 1st Vicp-President 

Hallux Beth Talley '2nd \'ict'-Prpsident 

Eli/abetm L. Evehett 3rd Vice-President 

PiA.r.Y Mall ////( Vice-President 

T. (;»ACE Mansfield Secretary 

K\iii. Bai\m:s Treasurer 

M A uv HiiST Student Secretary 

Ha/el Pace Reporter 

Mr. U. L. Johnson FucuUv Adrisor 

Blanche Tayloh Kdgah Muhimiy 

.1. W. Sylvester Myrtle Co>nL\cK 

r.iivuLEs Ladneh IKiBEnr Hhogdon 

.1 \( K Si'AUKs KnjYD Kelly 

\ Vl»IM-; OA\\Sf)\ (!h\ii\m .1 \ckson 

M\uj(nn" B(^^ I) litM, iiiuH\ n 

Rosanne Stei'iii;n Cjiauijutk r.AM\L\(:K 
.lov P\(;e 



Members 



Mrs. E. B. ANi>Ens(jN 

MaIUIARET AliSTIN 

Mary E. Bkntlky 
Jack Berry 
Paim. Blair 
Bill Boone 
LYNiMtN Boyd 
Leon Bridger 
Bernice Brogdon 
Lucille Brogden 
Frances Brown 
M. Claire Brown 
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Charles Bvrdeaiix 
Mary Cavitt 
Helen Cleven(;er 
WiLLL\M Crump 
Johnnie Davls 
James Degnan 
Thelma Dixon 
Inga Douglas 
Edna Dunn 
Harry Echols 
\Vm. B. Eckhaiuvi 
Bernard Fisher 
Ralph Fite 
Robert Fn/m ciii 
Ei> Forbes 
William Ford 
J. M. Frost, Ml 
Vincent Gainky 
LsABEL Gibson 
Kathlyn Glasson 
Davis Grant 
Carl Greer 
Slfah \h ( inn I IN 
Joe JIahx 
CoRiNNE Hall 
Frances Henderson 
Mary Henson 
inorman holcomb 

LaN ELLE H UM IMI II EV I LLIC 

M. Lucile Jackson 
Hehsciiel Jonj;s 
Roy V, Jones 
Sarah Jones 



^l\ck ivnow'les 
Ida Dell Lacey 
Andrew Ladner 
Edgar I^ancaster 
Elizabeth Lancasi i;r 
LxVerne Lvthrope 
William Lawson 
(iEO. A. LeFevre 
Jessica Lilly 
M. Rose Loggins 
Hugo Lueders 
Willie Magee 
Horace McConnell 
Vernon McConnell 
AsnBY McCowN 
Ella F. McMurr\y 
Milton Mi-;lton 
( Ieorci-: Miller 
Roberta Moore 
George Morgan 
Carloss Morris 
Irwin Morris 
W iLFORD Morris 

Jl'LIAN MliLLER 

Char lott e M i i r doc k 
Marjorie Nitze 
Wiley Noble 
JiMMiE Pace 
JoNNiE Pace 
Alden Pasciie 
Kenneth Phillips 
(lEORGC Pike 
Doris Potn.i: 
Marin ELLE Rochei.le 
Patty Smith 
Ray Smith 
Milton Talbert 
Chris Townes 
Mary \i. Triplett 
Dean Tirner 
!*'rank Vk^kiucy 

WiNEKRED DE WaAL 

David Waddell 
DoRorm Walki:r 
Warren Williams 
Jack Williams 
Julian Williams 
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I'KE-MED SOCIETY 

Enjoyed most successful and evenlful 
year in its liistory . . . Selected Dr. M. A. 
Stewart as sponsor . . . Purpose of club 
is to acquaint members with some of 
practical phases of medicine . . . Had 
many Houston doctors, prominent in 
various fields, speak at meetings . . . Met 
biweekly at Autry House . . . Pledged 
twenty new members . . . Had largest 
membership in club's history . . . Held 
banquet for members and pledges at Rice 
Hotel Jan. 19 . . . Held another at close of 
vear at San Jacinto Inn . . . Both were 
big events . . . Dance held in collaboration 
with Pals was huge success. 



0/Jicers 

Sdott Glover, 111 I'lvniilenl 

Tryon Robinson Vice-President 

Werner-Hoeflick Secretary 

Henry Jacobs Treasurer 

Clarence Shult . , . .Coiincilnuin-dl-ldriie 



\fciiil>crs 
KiCIIVKI) lllDSON E\RL UaRNES 

Pearson C\li)\vell Odell Sanders 
Alvin Dugat George Brindley 



.Toe Cashion 
James Lee 
LeRoy Reingold 
Bill Lawson 
R \LEiGH White 
Richard Scobee 
Fred Aves 
A. Wolf 
W. C. MixoN 



Hill. l5i,M)i:i{ 
J vcK 1'rost 
Lester Scordino 
AsHBY McCowN 
J. E. Ross 
Larry Del\mbi'.e 

WlLLIVM ShERRILL 

Robert Hill 
Claude Cody 



Hunter Harris. Jr. Lawrence Boone 
Morris Patterson Tom Jones 
Ralph Nicosia Chas. Freunduck 



Glover 

Robinson 

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CLikKvell 

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CRANMER CLUB 

Composed of a group of Episcopal stii- 
(li'iils and their friends . . . Club is interest- 
ed in all phases of social and economic 
life . . . Oue month this year was devoted 
to a special series of atldresses bv Dr. E. 
A. Elliott, formerly Chairman of the de- 
partment of Economics at Texas Chris- 
tian L'niversity. who was in Houston 
serving on the N.R.A. hoard . . . Througli 
a Lenten offering, eluli conlrihuled to 
foreign mission fields . . . other programs 
included discussions of religion, and dis- 
cussions of problems of war and peace . . . 
Club sponsored several delightful picnics 
at Camp Allen . . . Also held a number of 
]>leasant Sunday morning breakfasts al 
Autry House . . . Clidi was led this year 
by capable Ralph Netnir . . . Reverend 
Charles Suinncrs yvas the worthy sponsor. 



Officers 

I! Mi'ii [Nkmik I'icsidciil 

K \tiii;kine Horn eh Secrpliirv 

Rev. Mr. (^has. SlIM^ERS idrisdi 









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lUrm IIahiuson Mktta Tomlinson 

Alliune Mauie Hoi»kins Sai-mic Jo Wi-:st 

Kathi:h[M': IIoh^joh Hi iii W lucin 



DRAMATIC CLUB 

Planned for initial production revival 
of old melodrama. '^'Uncle Tom^s Cabin"^ 
. . . Serious objections raised by some 
loyal old Daugbter of tbe Confe^leracy . . . 
Club cleverly substituted '"'"Rose of the 
Soutbland, or the Spirit of Robert E. 
Lee" . . . Orchids to Lavonne Dicken- 
slieets. president . . . Increased mend»er- 
ship and interest in club remarkably . . . 
Club sponsored successful One Act Play 
Contest . . . Winning |)lay an ori<:inal. 
written and directed by David Kcd . . . 
Best actor award went to Ed Clarke . . . 
Best actress, Lavonne Dickensheets . . . 
Second production was mystery thriller, 
"The Blue Ghost" . . . Was \\<'ll d()nc and 
heartily received . . . Work sliop pla\s 
were presented at bimonthly meetings . . . 
At present rehearsals are under ua\ for 
third production, "Penelope."" 

Officers 

Lavonne Dickensheets Prcsidcm 

Bob Clemens Vice-President 

David Red Secretary 

Len Scott Treasurer 



Dickcnsiu-cly 



Aclirr Members 



Robert Allen 
IsABELLE Bock 
Helex Bell 
Virginia Barnes 
Jane Cannafax 
Jane Canada 
Card Elliott 
Nanine Ferris 
Elliott Flowers 
Jack Horton 
Mary Jane Hale 
Leonora Heyck 
Mary Hitcheson 
Mary B. Hensley 
Billie Knight 
Frances Love 
Dick Lilliot 
Mary Emile Miller 
Tom Polk Miller 
Hollo Moyer 
Flo Mason 



Juliette Moriniere 
Kate Ross Paiton 
Katherine Bki) I*\hki;r 
Lois Pp:ters 
(iEOHnE Pike 
<^ERALu RIc^l^Hl^^o^ 
Lois Schwartz 
Cot'RTNEY Taylor 
H. W. Talley 
AwiLDA Steves 

ElIZAHETH Sl'LLIVAN 

Ann Dkikjney 
Stanton iNuNN 
Bay Watkin 
Margaret Polk 
Mamie Dickson 
James Thomas 
Pete Maniscalco 
Fred Much 
Joan Wilson 



Associate Members 



Doris Beaman 
Henrietta Glascock 
Winnie H. Hilliard 
Frank Hurley 
Muriel Hjertberg 
Dorothy Jewett 
Ida Dell Lacy 
Marion Massey 
Ronald Morrison 
Irwin Morris 
Elizabeth IS'eathehy 
Marjorie Nitze 



Charline O'Fiel 
Robert Rick 
Nell Rochell 
Sara Street 
Clarence Shi'lt 
Margaret Smith 
Allen Reeder 
Thomas Musgbove 
J. V. Gainey 
Mildred Malone 
Joseph Aleo 
Talbot Wilson 



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THE RICE OWL 

I'ublished six humorous (?) issues . . . 
Carried several articles entitled "What 1 
Think Aboul ITouslon." written hv prom- 
inent lloustonians . . . Made hook reviews 
and ilraniatic crilitisnis . . . Editors e\- 
|>ressed their views on sidjjects of eampus 
interest in coiunms entitled "Merr\-(rO- 
Round" and "Notes and Comments" . . . 
Latter proved popular because of personal 
element introduced . . . Ran pictures of 
following people in "Spotlight Section": 
Bob Schnlze. Stella \IcNeir. (iroNcr 
Geiselinan. Ilallie l!c(li Pallev. Kallicrine 
Dionne, Mary llulrlicson. Fred Laiiler- 
bach. Margaret /ciior. Donald Mi(!arils. 
Ilarrv .lourni-av. I'al (,)uinn. John (look. 
Joe Mco. Ilavl<>tl O'Neil. (Jerald Richard- 
son. Edwin Mc( llaiialian. (icorgc I'ikc. 
Kent Schwarl/. and Canl llllioli. 



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./'/<•/.■ MciiLihrr. coach — Quiet, sincere . . . 
a wortliN t'\|)oiiciil ()( \tiici"ica's <;rcatcst 
>|n)rt . . . \ recognized aiitliorit\ on the 
intricacies and (inessc of leain \)\n\ . . . 
Ills phiNcrs were dcvoti'd to him. 



('(ipltiid Fred l.iiiilrrlxich. tai'ivh' — A 
line tackle and a great h'ach'r ... A man 
who al\^a^s carried the fight regardless of 
oild> ... His |iost will he hard to 1111. 



,/"c l.iiiidii. gnard Small, short, iin- 
ino\ aide . . . \ tough little man \\ ho could 
"take" a lot and still he aide to "dish it 
out" . . . Will he hack to the wars next 
season. 



I}()li Sihiilzc. gnard \ man noted Cor 
lil> ahilitx on goal line defense . . . (neat 
com|icliti\ !■ spirit . . . Nose his lool- 
i)all and the guard iio-ilion . . . This was 
hi- last \ I'ar. 



Ilciirv ('.lure. (|uarlerhack \ llaslu 
ami hcad\ (i<dd general . . . Ilam|(ered hs 
injinies that jin\ed his linal \ear ... \n 
expert at iIk' hlocking assigntm'tits his 
|iosition called lor. 



(iiilcv /\<7/ogg. ijuarterhack The cool- 
est little man under lire that c\cr won- 
Kice tnoleskins ... V real judge ol oppo- 
nent- \\<'ak points and (piick to lake ad- 
\anta"e ol tiiem . . . I'inal season. 



(Jiiiiin t.'o/i /I ('//\-, hall back A big veteran 
ball carrier . . . Hampered by knees that 
"unjointed"' but snapped back . . . Made 
inanv scintillating runs ... A senior. 



Bert Miiclln: halfback — Krratic \cl 
brilliant ... A long jiunter and accurate 
passer . . . iNot the performer of sopho- 
more days, but still a man capable of 
breaking awav for a score . . . Last year. 



Carmfii Brandon, (piartcrback Fresh- 
man guard, sophomore tpiarlerhack . . . 
\ cliange hard to make but niceU done 
. . . Shows promise of real development 
and achievement. 



Byron ff illiums. fiul — Sophomore with 
increasing ability . . . (Confidence with 
each succeeding game . . . \ star in the 
season's final a<rainst Bavlor. 



Harry J] itt. halfback — Big ... A sreat 
cotn|)ctilor . . . I'otentialK Rice's best 
halfback . . . Hampered by injuries . . . 
Always good for precious "haltering 
ram" yards ... A man to watch next 
season. 



Rayhnrn Maes, tackle — Quiet, efficient 
. . . Never ruffled . . . Main cause of "body 
contacts" that the top rows of stands 
could hear ... A regular tackle his first 
year . . . All-donlerence next season. 





//(/;;\ /((//Ac. luillliack l.if^lit llnrsc " 

1 1 ;irr\ sciisalional.ktiilc-likciiiliistlinists 
(li)\\ II iIk' (iciil . . . \ Croud |)l('ascr lliat 
cniilil laki' a pass and iIiimi imiii as lar as 
III' woidd ha\i' llirowii il . . . \ Itiillianl 
liallhack will) will dii jircal lliirijis next 
\ car. 



Perry Arthur, center Captain elect . . . 
An astnte ccnlci- and dclcnsisi' ludwark 
. . . A man whose heliel in Ills own ability 
and \\ liosc ins|iiralional |)la\ ar^Lies well 
lor nc\l Near. 



"Ildsli" IlLins. lullliaek — IJij; man 
\\'\[\\ the "i;cl-awa\" of a sprinter . . . 
I'\perience shonid make him ihe star his 
ahililN promises . . . \nother comcrlcd 
lineman who seemed lo prolil h\ the 
chaniie lo the haek-lield. 



"Dor" \lrlzlrr. lullhaek I'dusixe and 
spc<'d\ . . . ( larricil the linint ol the gal- 
lant hid afiainst |{a\lor ... \n athlete ol 
all-aronnd al)ilit\ . . . Participates in 
thrc<' major sports . . . \ star in each . . . 
.1 iiiiior. 



" Hrd" lldlrv. end A hiji. Cast end. 
lacking onl\ experience and the hlockin;.; 
ahilitv it lirinjis ... A sophomore ol' inLM'h 
promise. 



"I.rrhr" Svlrrslrr. end The Phi Beta 
Kappa ol the foothall sipiad ... V steady 
win;^man with all the pinsieal retpiisites 
ol a loothall pla\<'r an<l the cle\erness to 
n.se them to adxantaiie . . . i'irst \ car. 



Dick lAiiitcrhack, center — A big rangy 
atliletp from San Antonio . . . Ideal for 
jol) of roving center . . . Has a whole- 
hearted h)ve of the game and a desire to 
play it well . . . Won't be back. 



FuY Lag(>H\ gnard — All-conference . . . 
A power on defense and an exceptionally 
good blocker . . . His interference running 
was sensational . . . Fast, aggressive, and 
reckless . . . Leaves a vacancy thai will be 
hard to Idl. 



.1 (lilies McCiillough, tackle — Shifted 
from back-held position . . . r)e\<'lo|(ed in- 
to a capable' reserve tackle . . . Added de- 
fensive strength when the going got tough 
. . . Stead \. de])endable ... His last \ I'ar. 



Mcliiii liiinics. end- \ .luuior (iollege 
transfer . . . Showed u|( well utider the 
stiller coTupelitioii . . . \ hard tackier . . . 
Should be inv aluable in his two remaining 
vears. 



IJnio lliilzli'i. half l.iltle but ^|.eed\ 
. . . Made inanv long breath-taking runs 
. . . Starred against Lovola ami Santa 
(Mara . . . \ man to be watched next \ear. 



" h lithhy" (fdircll. tackle — Also a .junior 
College transfer . . . Big and tough . . . 
Hekl his ow n effectivelv ... His witlulraw - 
al from school was a blow to next year's 
team. 





\<)irii(in /,(■//»■. fullback — The prize 
traiisi'er . . . C.oiild run. kick, and back the 
line like a veteran ... A terrific tackier . . . 
watch him >'o next year. 



Ilitrold MickrIsoiK guard Also all-con- 
ference . . . Voted most valuable player by 
his teammates . . . Played consistently for 
four vcars . . . (lenter of the line will miss 
him next year. 



,/iiit livnL end Shifted from tackle . . . 
Made transition creditably ... A good 
pass receiver . . . With a little more speed, 
he should he oulstandiri": next ^ ear. 



Charlev Mcbr. guard — Fought through 
four years of strenuous competition to win 
his letter . . . I?\ line blocking and a great 
competitive spirit, he deservedly realized 
his ambition. 



.loliii I'olisky, assistant line coach An 
\II-American from Notre Dame ... A 
good teacher of defensive and offensive 
tactics down in the muck of the line. 



Lou I Icrlcnhcriicr. line coach — A great 
guard in his college <la\s . . . Teaches by 
illustration . . . Well liked by every mem- 
ber ol the s(piad. 



rOOTB ALL SEASON 

Rice versus T.S.A.L . . . Season opener . . . 
Played in Houston Septemher 23 . . . Owls won iiv 
7-0 count . . . More than a tune-up game . . . 
Played on inuddv field ... A day for power . . . 
Nicholson. Witt, and Letts furnished it . . . Game 
rather slow . . . Rice looked miimpressive even in 
victory . . . Fumbled oiue on Javelina's 2 yard 
line . . . Connelly and Mueller figured in touch- 
down drive . . . Letts carried ball over . . . Mueller 
converted extra point. 



Mice yersus L.S.U. . . . Played in Baton Rouge 
Scptend)er M) . . . L.S.L. L?— Rice . . . Night 
game . . . L.S.L . too powerful . . . ()nl\ splendid 
defensive work of Lagow. Michaelson. SvKester, 
and Maes kept score as low as it was . . . Witt re- 
turned Torrence's kick-off for 65 y ards . . . L.S.LI, 
stopped Rice's only toiK'lidown threat liy inter- 
cepting Connellev's pass . . . Mikal loo (>lusi\e for 
Owls . . . Witt outstanding back for Rice . . . Mis 
fmnbles. though, were i-ostiv . . . (iaine costi\ to 
Owls . . . (More and Kellojri: injured. 



Kice \ersus L<)\i>la . . . I'lascd in ll(iu>l(iii 
()ctol)er 7 . . . Rice won 13-0 . . . Rice played like 
champions . . . Two San Antonio boys. Ilutzler and 
Kouke starred . . . Hutzler broke away for 77 
yards . . . \^itt also played well . . . Michaelson. 
Joe Lagow. K. Laiiterhack shined on <lcfcnse . . . 
Fouke's fake passes and sweeping eiifl runs hafi 
Wolves ])uzzled . . . Branrlon plaved entire game 
. . . Showed good field generalship . . . (]oach 
Meagher sick in bed . . . Hertenberger ran team 
excellently. 



Rice yersus S.M.LI. . . . At Houston Octobi'r 
11 . . . S.M.U. 1.3— Rice 7 . . . (;anic |,ackcd «ith 
thrills . . . Rice niufled several chances to win . . . 
Sylvester snagged long pass from Mueller out of 
sky . . . Hutzler made desperate flying tackle to 
prevent Wilson from scoring ... A beautiful tackle 
but wasted energy . . . S.M.L. scored soon after- 
wards . . . Fouke"s running and passing was note- 
worthy . . . Fierv Wilson of S.M.U. gave spectators 
many thrills. 




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Uicc M'li^iis (.j'l'igliloii . . . I'kiM'd ill (>iiialia. 
<>(l<>licr 21 . . . Score: Rice 13 — Creighlon M . . . 
I c)i|i;li f;aiiie to lose . . . Rice slioiiiil have won . . . 
Holli li'aiiis look to air . . . I'Oukc passiiii;. iiariies 
and iVlueller receiving for Owls . . . Owls dropped 
loo many passes . . . Owl pass defense weak also . . . 
(iariie played al niglil liefore huge (Creighlon 
lioiriecoinin'' crowil. 




Hire \ersiis Texas . . . (ranie in \nslin ()(lolier 
2fi . . . Texas easily won l<{-() . . . I^ice |>iaved fairly 
uell lirst three quarters . . . Went to |)ieees in 
foMith . . . Texas scoring two touchdowns . . . Owl 
pass offense failed to click . . . Texas passed effee- 
livelv . . . Owls rolilied o( touchdown at half . . . 
I'ass. Connellev to Hutzler hehind goal ci)nipleted 
. . . Referee claimed gun had shot heforc hall was 
napped . . . Rice fans ^ick . . . Mso team. 



Kice versus Santa Clara . . . \t San I'Vancisco. 
\o\cndier I . . . Sanla Clara 1.1 Rice . . . 
2llJIII() spectators . . . Hicc onlgaiiieii opponenls 
lull lo:-l game on weak aerial delense . . . Kouke 
iiijuriMl earlv in game . . . Messed up Rices jiassing 
ofh'use . . . Ilntzler ran l.i yards to Sanla Clara's 
.") \aril line . . . Next |)la\ Rice hunhled . . . (,)uinn 
( ^)nn<-llc\ and "I'lash" \lkins |icrf(>rnii'd well 
oncnsiy(dv . . . Hicc made elcNcn lirst ilowns to 
Sanla Clara seven . . . I!ut lirst downs don't win. 



I!icc \ (Tsus Arkansas... \l Houston lVovend)er 
II... Kice 7— Arkansas li . . . i!ig upset of Con- 
Icrencc . . ( )w Is [ilayed superhU . . . (ireat fourth 
period dri\e to touchdown . . . (ilorc intercepted 
pas> . . . Will. IDuke. and \lkins marched 60 
\anls for score . . . Then .S\lv ester converted for 
u inning point . . . Fans wi-nl wild ... In lasl 
minutes Gieser of Arkansas harelv missed a field 
"oal . . . W'hal a relief! . . . (!onnelle\ and Letts 



rl|i<il olhcr hacks ni<el\ 



l.ai'ow. Michacl.son, 



\rlliMr. anil Maes starred on defense. 



Ki 



\er.siis A.&M. 



|\<'(I al ll<>iisli>ii 



November 18 . . . Aggies 27 — Rice . . . Owls 
looked lousy . . . Completed onh 2 of 14 passes . . . 
Aggies' passing phenomenal . . . Couldn't miss 
one . . . Fouke painfully injured . . . Aggies pla\ed 
recklessly and spectacularly . . . Passed on own 
ten yard line . . . But they were right . . . Every- 
thing they did worked . . . Owls didn't threaten 
in any fashion . . . Aggies played great game for 
departing Coach Mattv Bell. 



Rice versus T.C.U. . ,. . (iamc al I'l. W orlli 
November 25 . . . Score: 2()-3 in favor of I' rogs . . . 
Owls ti>ok lead early in game . . . Sylvester kickcil 
fii'ld goal from 20 \ art! line . . . T.C.L . cami- back 
in second quarter with touchdown on famous 
Statue of Liberty play . . . From then on Rice 
didn't make an impression . . . Frogs scored twice 
in third period, once in fourth . . . Vt itt. ( !onnclle\ . 
Letts. Lauterback. and Michaelson played best 
for Rice. 



Rice versus Baylor ... At Waco December 2 . . . 
Baylor 7 — Rice 6 . . . Owls closed season with 
heartbreaking defeat . . . Teams battled on even 
terms first half . . . Metzler returned kick-off hr> 
yards to open second half . . . Two plays later. 
Metzler passed 3.t yards to (Jlore for touchdown 
. . . Sylvester kicked goal but Rice man offside . . . 
Rice held 6-0 lead till last minute . . . Then on three 
successive completed passes. Baylor scored . . . 
Also converted . . . \\ illiams turned in nice game 
al f\ii\. 





BASKETBALL 



• 




i.iKich .hiiiics Kills lias [troNcd liiiiiscll a 
\\<)illi\ mentor in liis two \ cars at \{ivc . . . Did 
wondiTs witli a team composed mostK of sopho- 
iiiorcs ... V prince of a Icllou. likealilc and elTi- 
cicnt . . . W ill also coach football ne\l season . . . 
\ l)i^ joli l)iil we think, he is ca]>al)lc of handling 
it . . . hati> anil iilaNcrs ha\<' conlidenee in him. 



((tfiltiin ll(irr\ .lain itnn . lor\N ard All-slate 
from .San .laeinto . . . IMavcil 447 minutes out of 
a |)ossihle 180 in conference games ... A sure 
Ix-t to imi the hall to one of his men for a crip 
shot . . . Too modest and iin\\illin<: to take lead 
in scoring . . . ( )ne o( surest shots in conlerence 
hut left the glor\ to his t<'ain-mates . . . Took 
res|)onsihilit \ ol sei'ing that other side remained 
scoreless . . . Ixicc ma\ well he proud o( (his 
leader. 



Ihniild "Ihill" .liiltnstm. center Mis secorul 
Near on the varsit\ . . . Uig aiul |K)\\erful . . . 
W hen k.ellv slumped. Bull pro\ cd to he ca|»ahle 
substitute ... A dead cinch on overhand shots . . . 
\miahle disposition . . . Toufrh one to "uard or 
pass through. 



li. 7. /vi/on, guard l*iek<'d for \ll-( ionfereni'c 
. . . Some accoinplishnu'iit lor a sophomore . . . 
Keachcd second scoring honors on team . . . Man- 
aged to keep both his and his team-mates" terri- 
tor\ co\ ered . . . I ndispi-tisable in prcNcnting 
pla\ers like (ira\ of Texas and Baccus of S.VI.U. 
Irom running wild . . . I)ece])tive passer . . . Un- 
erring in his |)erce|)tion ol enem\ pla> s . . . ( iincli 
(or conlerence honors next \ear. 



Ihinv II III. lorward Kicc s dark horse . . . 
Made (irst string in his lirst \car out ... His op- 
ponents found that he could take and gi\<' rough 
Ireatment and learned not to mishandle liim . . . 
I'la\e(l almost all o( conference games . . . 
Showed great de|iiti(ia hili I \ . . . Possessed a keen 
e\ c lor basket. 



Albert "Doc" Metzler, guard — A Reagan prod- 
uct . . . Fierv, black-haired, and one of fastest 
men in conference . . . Alternated with Brumniett 
. . . Dribbles, passes, and scores with remarkable 
consistency . . . Best all-round athlete on squad 
. . . His second vear on team lias shown marked 
im|>rovement in techniipii' . . . Much is e\|)ected 
from him next year. 



(Iidrh's " Hi'd ' Moore, guard — Three years on 
varsit\ . . . Handicapped i)\ iiaying to compete 
for iiis position \\ith some of the best guards in 
conference . . . Improyed consistenli\ through 
season . . . Began to be a scoring threat at end of 
his basketball career ... A yaluable. fast man 
and ([uick to interce|it phi\s. 



Herman llovd kellv. center — As long on points 
as he is in inches . . . High scorer of the team \^ith 
111 points . . . Started like an All-American but 
lacked exjjerience and slowed up a bit in middle 
of season . . . Due to be Rice's bid for conference 
mention and high-point scorer in next two \ ears. 



Tom Rrummett, guard — His last year . . . 
Showed to advantage against some of best for- 
wards in conference . . . Quick on his feet . . . 
Shifty dribbling and long passes acted as strong 
factor in Rice's offense . . . Guarding called 
forth favorable comments all over conference . . . 
Hate to see him go. 





BASKETBALl>Si:\S()N 

( '.oiifcreine struggle slait<-il «illi \ iclorv on or 
V.iK M. Jan. 10 (ni lunnc coiirl . . . Aggies led past 
llic liall liiit ()uls piikeil ii|> enough [loitils in last 
liall'lo «iu :n-2(i . . , (;auie lilleil «illi thrills. 

Mareli lowanl eonlerenee eluuu|)ioushi|) eou- 
luMieil on Jan. IH al Vndiloriuui . . . ()uls look 
.S.M.L'. Ponies into camp ^7-2:") . . . lligh-s|)ols: 
keli\ s oNcrhaud shots from loid line: inspired 
guar<ling of liruniiuell and I'lalon . . . Vielory was 
a welcome retaliation for (he <loiditful defeat Kice 
suffered from Mustangs last year. 

(jmferenee aspirations of Kittsiueu eheeked in 
a thriller at \ustiu with Longhorns Jan. 'lb . . . 
I'oinI for point matched during game . . . Residl: 
.'!H- 10 . . . ( )\\ls on ihi' wrong end . . . Ijong shot hv 
(Jrav decided outcome in last tiiirtN seconds . . . 
Tough game to lose. 

From \uslin to Waco . . . l.^-!50 win shaken out 
of Hayior University Jan. 22 . . . ()«ls led all the 
way . . . Outcome never seriouslv in douht . . . 
Will displayed abililv to give and lake it . . . 
Ciame is memorahle for its rougiuiess. 

Feb. 13 . . . Rice gave a game to T.C.U. 27-29 
. . . ^'ilh lead of 10 points Rice (put making free 
goal> . . . I' roguu'ii <-ked out enough long shots to 
lake the l<-ad in the lasl feu uiimilcs . . . Kiee's 
hopes for a championship nearly crushed . . . 
Largest croud cv<-r to he discouraged al a haskel- 
hall game in \udilorium. 

Kice supporters saw \rkansas I'uiversily lake 
a game from Ou Is .11 -20 on \\-\>. l()al \udiloriuui 
. . . Rice dill not threaten once . . . .Seemed to he a 
relapse after Irving T.d.ll. game. 



Team took a new lease on life and evened the 
score with Arkansas next night . . . The defense 
shone wilh Jonrnea\. Kalon. and Metzler . . • 
Score 2.^-22 . . . Team fnnclioncd us a unit again 
. . . Plavcd like champions. 

On Feb. 20 Rice beat Texas in most satisfactory 
game of season . . . Taking a big lead. Rice tri- 
umphed 45-34 . . . Kice fans had a bad moment 
when Longhorn rally threatened in the second 
half . . . Despite Eaton's guarding. Gray of Texas 
look iionors . . . Scored more than half his team's 
points . . . Cu|)lain Journeay of Rice took a hand 
in accounting for Rice's tallies. 

Rice regrettably smothereil its chances for con- 
ference cham|)i(mship on second road trip . . . 
First defeat came Feb. 24 . . . S.M.U. smeared 
Owls 3()-.'50 . . . Speedy guards from Dallas put 
game in bag . . . Rice unable to keep up scoring 
threat. 

Going to Fort Worth on Feb. 2(i. ( )wls lost to 
defending chani|)ions by 42-2.5 score . . . Previous 
licking went unavenged . . . Kverv man on Rice 
scpiad got into the fray. 

At College Station on Feb. 28. Aggies defeated 
Owls 40-36 ... A disheartened Rice team did its 
best on the low-ceilinged court . . . Game marked 
by careful guarding but no expert shooting . . 
Close enough to be exciting. 

Final game with Baylor University at Houston 
. . . Rice 39 — Baylor 32 . . . All twelve of the s([uad 
saw service . . . Moore played whole game . . . 
And well too . . . (iame mark<'d by improved 
abilit\ of ( )wls to score from foul line . . . Made 
Rice's seventh win out of twelve conference games. 

Members of squad who failed to letter \el played 
a valuable part in the team's success are David 
Fiirman. .lames Wax. .James McCullough. Midvin 
Barnes, and llenrv Holhnan. 











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T R A C K 




Coach Ernie Hjertherg — Has been coach- 
ins track for over tliirtv years . . . One of 
the best known mentors in America . . . 
Known as '"I'lie < )l(l \\ arliorse" in his 
davs of actiNc coni|>etition . . . Has con- 
linueil to keep a firm <;ras[) on I lie spirit 
im|)lie(l hv tlie words. 

Chester Klaerner — A conscientious and 
steady worker . . . Developed into one of 
the hcsl javelin throwers in the liislor\ of 
tlie (lonference . . Broke the ('.onference 
record in tiic l,.S.L'. meet with a tiirow 
of 2()() ft. .'>>_, in. 

Co-Capldin Kd lloUoiaiy '"^I'iie i>iifkin 
W hiriwind"" . . . Kan the 220 in 21.4 sec- 
onds in eaeli of the three Dual Meets . . . 
Han the 100 yard in th<- fast time of 0.8 
seconds on one ol these oi'casions . . . Also 
a mcmher of the <piarter mile and mile 
relay teams . . . Chief point getter. 

iAinii Hulzler — A sophomore performer 
. . . Showed to good ad\antage . . . Took 
two thirds and two fourths in the dash 
events in the Triangular and (Conference 
Meets respectively . . . Also ran in the 
winning 440 \ard rela\ team which 
turned in the time of 42.2 secomls. 

Co-Cdfitdin Mike Hale — Illustrious 
hroad-jum|)er from Snuthville . . . AI- 
thoutrh trouhh'd with a l<""; that threat- 
cued to make each jump his last, he gave 
stellar performances throughout the sea- 
son . . . Leaped 24 fl. 6 '4 in. in the (Con- 
ference Meet to take first place ... In 
fact he |)laced first in all hut one meet. 

Inihonv Auctiin — Distinguislied him- 
sel( 1)\ taking valuable points for the 
s(piad . . . Tied h)r second in the high 
jump with his team-male Hilt, in the 
Rice-A. & M. meet ... In the Triangular 
Meet with Texas and A. & M., he again 
tied with Hitt. this time for third |)lace. 
Tied with (Granger of Texas and Marks 
of A. <)4 M. for fourth place in the (lon- 
(erence Meet. 



R(iY llarhoitr — L'mloubtcdly one of the 
best half inilers in the Conference . . . 
Took first places in everv Dual Meet . . . 
Best time 1 niin. 55.9 sec. in the Rice- 
A. & M. meet . . . Also ran spectacular 
laps in the mile relay ... A leg injury 
kept this favorite out of the ('onference 
jMeet. 

Orin Hilt — Failed to place in the Con- 
ference Meet hut placed in everv other 
meet of the season ... In the Ricc-L.S.U. 
meet first place in the high jump was split 
four wavs with Hitt getting his quarter. 
Tied for second in the Rice- A. iX \I. meet, 
for first in the Rice-Texas meet, and third 
in the Triangidar Meet. 

,/. C. Petlv — The big bov from Kauf- 
man . . . Tossed the discus with little ef- 
fort farther than anv one had ever thrown 
it in the Southwest Conference . . . Smashed 
the old record in everv meet except one 
. . . Set a new (Conference record of 154 ft. 
2 -'8 in. . . . Best toss of the vear was 155 ft. 
■4 in. in the meet with A. & M. . . . Also 
accounted for several points in the shot- 
|)ut during the season. 

Bob Shulzc — Ran a lap with the mile 
relay team that placed first in the A. & \I. 
meet . . . Came through in the Triangular 
Meet, upsetting all dope, to take first 
|)laee in the half mile ... His finish was 
terrific . . . Placed third in the Conference 
Meet. 

Richard Bdlldnfdnt ^ .]ut^t as he began 
to hit his stride he pulled a nuiscle in the 
thigh of his leg . . . This injur v hindered 
him all season ... Is expected to fdl the 
speed V shoes of Hollowav in l*)34. 

Carroll Adams ^^ on a first place in 

either the high jump or the broad jump in 
each meet ... In the Conference Meet he 
won first place in the high jum]) and was 
second to Hale in the broad jump . . . Best 
high jump was 6 ft 2''4 in. in the Triangu- 
lar Meet. 





Mdiriii I )iirrciil)('riicr Ficslimaii lool- 
hall and liaskclball coach . . . \ aI•sil^ I'ool- 
ball .scout . . . Trainer lor tiio 1933 track 
team . . . He was well liked by cvcrv Rice 
athlete . . . Was very successful in keep- 
itif;; the kinks and knots out of tlie ho\ s of 
the track squad . . . We are sorr) he had 
to h'a\(' us. 

Tom Drisroll \ nieuihcr of the 110 
^ ard rehn team that took first over A. ili 
M. in the fine time of 42.2 seconds and 
])laced second in the Conference Meet . . . 
Ran second to ('a]itain llolloMay in the 
100 \ard dash at the i{ice-A. & M. meet. 
(Jaxf other steMar perlormances . . . Fin- 
ished the season with a line record. 

Kittrell Reid Trurn|)et ])la\<T and |)ole 

vaulter . . . Although his orchestra j)la\in<; 
jjrofession made training difficult, he man- 
aged to place in every nieet . . . Was first 
iu the Triangidar Meet . . . Onlv a sopho- 
more hut lie liehl up well under strong 
competition ... lie coidd take it. 

Albert Mclzlcr Turned in several go(jd 

performances in the 440 yard dasii . . . 
Was a valuable cog in the mile rela\ team 
which turned back A. & M. . . . ^^ook 
tiiird place in the Conference Wcot at 
Austin in th<' 440 . . . We're expecting 
lots from "Doc" next year. 

Percy Burke Holder of tlie Confer- 
ence record in the shot-|)ul in i*)32 . . . 
Had to be content \\ith ihirti place in the 
1933 Conference Meet as Irwin of the 
Aggies set a new record of 49 ft. 7.54 in. . . 
Placed first in the Triangidar Meet ami 
second in each of the dual nn-ets. 

Harold Johnson Shot-put and discus 

throwing artist . . . Placed first in the 
Rice-Texas Dual Meet, second in the Tri- 
angular M<'et. and fourth in the Confer- 
ence Meet in the shot-])ut . . . Also took 
a second in the Rice-Texas ineet and a 
third in the Triangular Meet in the discus 
event. 



RICE— L. S. U. DUAL MEET 

L. S. U. 70— Rice 47 . . . Rice 

outclassed bv strongest ajiKrega- 

c e'er P 

tion of thiiiK dads in South . . . 
Five marks bettered . . . For L. S.- 
U. — Hardin's 22.9 seconds low 
hurdle sprint . . . "Tiny" Tor- 
rance's 48 ft. 10;3 4 in. siiot-|)iit . . . 
Al Moreau's 14.6 second hitih hur- 
dle mark . . . For Rice — Kia<^rner"s 
javelin toss of 206 ft. 5 '2 in- • ■ . 
Petty's discus throw of 153 ft. 5^2 
in. . . . Hardin and Sanders of 
L. S. U. tied for high point honors 
— ten points apiece . . . Class for 
Rice — Rav Harbour's 1:57.3 half 
mile . . . Ed Hollowav's 21.4 sec- 
ond 220 \ ard dash . . . Hale and 
Adams one-two finish in the broad 
jump. 

RICE— A. & M. DUAL MEET 
Close meet . . . lead chanKins 
with nearlv everv event . . . High- 
lights — "Honk" Irwin's 40 ft. 5^4 
in. shot put for the Aggies . . . Pet- 
ty's 155 ft. 8'4 in. discus throw 
for Rice . . . Herring and Randow 
taking the hurdles for A. & \l. . . . 
Hale and Adams of Rice placing 
one-two in the broad jinnp . . . 
Marcpiez and Fuentes of the Ag- 
gies tieing in the mile run . . . 
Adams (Owls) first in the high 
jump . . . Harbour ("nother Owl) 
first in 880 yard run in 1:55.0 . . . 
Score before last event: Rice. 58- 
5 6— A. cK \l. 58 1 6 . . . Then 
comes mile rela\ . . . first laj). Rice 
ahead . . . second lap. Rice ahead 
. . . Third lap. A. & M. ahead . . . 
And then . . . Ed Hollowav's great 
finish . . . overcoming ten \ ard 
lead . . . Five points for Ricel . . . 
Final score . . . Rice. 63 5 6 — 
A. & M., 58 16. Whew! . . . Hol- 
lowav high jtoint man . . . 12 ^'2 
points . . . Successfid meet . . . sus- 
pense . . . doubt . . . Climaxing 
thrills. 








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RICE— TEXAS DUAL MEET 

l.ono-liorns took tlic mile relav 
lor llio verdict . . . Texas 62 ■ 2 — 
Kiee 5') ' 2 . . . Just three points . . . 
('l()sel\ w ajied tliroiii;lioiit .... 
I'-aeli team look eijiht (irst ])laces 
. . . 'I\>\as took the traek events . . . 
Kiee excelled in the field . . . Mile 
relav featiu'C event of the dax . . . 
Adams first in the broad junip — 
23 It. 4 in. . . . Petty (irst in the 
discus . . . Johnson (irst in the 
shot-|)ut . . . Ilarhour (irst in the 
liaK niil<- . . . llollo\\a\ (irst in the 
100 and 220 > ard daslies . . . Still 
the\ (ailed to \\'\n . . . ( lo\. Archer. 
Holmes take firsts Cor 'l^'xas . . . 
I5lakeiie\ and Storm (Texas) tie 
(or (irst in two tiiile run . . . Ilollo- 
\va\ hi^ih |(oinl man with 10 points 
. . . \lexer o( Texas second. 



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riUANGllAK MEET 

Kiee Texas— A. & M. . . . One 
week before the (Conference Meet 
. . . Rice minus two stars, Ilollo- 
\va\ and II arbour . . . Rice took 
all (irst places in held events . . . 
Schulze rated third or h)urth . . . 
Dope ups<'t . . . ( '.oniini; (rom no- 
\\here in the backstretch. to win 
(irst in the half nule in I minute 
57.7 seconds . . . Texas' llarris(jn 
Stadord broad jump, won with 24 
(eet I' 2 inches . . . \danis cleared 
h'ct 2^4 inch(^s in the hifib jump 
. . . Rest mark turnctl in bv a con- 
(crence juniper . . . Final score: 
Texas ami \. cK M. each 58 |)oints 
— Rice 51 . . . Meet |)acked with 
thrills. 



SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE 
MEET 

Kice favored after preliminaries 
. . . Kice fails to come through . . . 
lloilowav with injured len; second 
in the .hundred and third in the 
two-twentv • • • Harbour out after 
first twenty yards in half Tiiile run 
. . . Repulled muscle . . . Klaerner 
slips three times in the javelin . . . 
But solace even in defeat . . . Petty 
sets record of 154ft. 2-' sin. in shot- 
put . . . Adams clearing 6 ft. 2^8 
in. . . . First in high jump . . . Hale 
wins first in broad jump . . . One 
more record broken — shot-put — 
49 ft. 7*4 in. by "Honk" Irwin of 
A. & M. . . . Texas" runners strong 
. . . Meyer first in the dashes . . . 
Cox and Blitch one-two in the 
quarter mile . . . Archer first in the 
mile . . . Captain Blakenev easy 
winner in the two mile . . . Long- 
liorns first in both relays — close to 
record time. T. C. U.'s own Charlie 
Casper wins first in the 120 high 
hurdles and the 220 low hurdles . . . 
S. M. U.'s "Red" Ledbetter comes 
from fifth in the back stretch to 
win first . . . Akins of the Aggies 
in a great effort to overtake Cox 
of Texas — beaten by a scant yard. 
. . . Texas first in mile relay . . . Re- 
sults. Texas first with 57 1 3 points 
. . . Well balanced organization 
... A. & M. second with 49 5/6 
. . . Rice third with 37 5 6 
points . . . T. C. U. fourth with 14 
. . . S. M. U. fifth with 9 . . . Baylor 
sixth with 7 . . . Arkansas (poor 
fellows) seventh with 2 points. 




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OTHER SPORTS 




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GO LI' l'«:5 
Bill Barton— Captain and golfer of real merit . . . 
Gifted with a love for the game and a golling tem- 
jterament . . . lias a groo\ ed swing and near per- 
ffit liming . . . iii'fuses to give up until last putt 
is dropped. 



/\'(///i// \<'inir Madi' a good sliouiiig in dual 
incil uilli S. \l. I . . . . knows llii- fundanienlals 
. . . \\ illi more praclice. should inaki- a vahiahle 
phncr . . . \\ ill he haik next season. 

Rdh'iilli n/i/'/c - (Consistent ... A close student 
of tin- game . . . I'lTlormed creditahly as a sopho- 
more . . . Should match strokes witii hest in cori- 
rcrcnc<' as ca|)tain of the "I? I team. 



Miiurici' Siilliidii Hits hall uilh tremendous 
force . . . Perhaps the longest driver ever to plav 
on a Kice team . . . ."Somewhat erratic hut hard to 
heal wiien "ri"ht. 



Buh M<ir<iini — I'ailed to plav regularlv due to 
school work . . . Turned in some e\ceptionall\ low 
scores . . . Also a hit erratic . . . W ill he missed 
from next \ear's team. 



"('(II)" MiC.dily — \ etcran of manv golling 
iiattles . . . Never ruffled . . . Confident . . . Played 
he>l under pressure . . . Poo hashful to lei us get 
his picture. 



Rice golf team found the pace fast hotli in dual 
meets and in the confi'rcnee tournamenl . . . 
Failed to make a severe hid for conference cham- 
pionship . . . Texas, with an aggregate low total of 
308 strokes, won top iionors . . . S. M. U. secoml 
. . . T. C. U. third . . . First dual meet with Texas 
at Austin . . . Hice lost all six matihi's . . . Mail 
superior foes . . . Hah'igh \\ iiite turm-il in hesl per- 
formance for Rice . . . Return match at Brae 
Burn in Houston . . . Texas again victorious hv 
score of (i to . . . Played S. M. I', at Dallas next 
. . . Results different . . . Tiiis time S. M. U. (not 
Texas) wins by 6-0 count . . . Kice team could take 
it . . . To keep the slate clean. Barton and Nemir 
lei Becker and l.aM'nder take the last three holes 
in their douhlcs match lo win 1 up . . . Captain 
Barton hrougiit glor\ to ihc Kice team in the 
conferenc<' meet . . . Defeated .litmn\ \X alkup. 
former Fort Worth citv champion. I up in 21 
holes . . . Iie>t match in entire tournament. 



1933 TENNIS SEASON 

Rice tennis team enjoyed a successful 

season . . . Lost to only one school Texas 

University . . . Most gratifying win of the 
1933 season was victory over classv Tu- 
lane team coaclieil by the internationallv 
famous Mercer Beasly . . . Rice rac([uet 
wielflers upset dope bucket . . . Won three 
out of four matches . . . Wilbur Hess de- 
feated Eddie Sutter, brother of the fa- 
mous Cliff Sutter . . . Quinn Connelly 
took Kendall Cram into "camp"' . . . 
Carter heat Gaspell . . . Holden lost to (lie 
veteran Hume . . . Doubles matclies un- 
(inislied on account of darkness . . . Texas 
white-washed tlie Owls . . . Won every 
matcli — singles and doubles . . . To atone 
for tliis trouncing Rice wliipjied the 
S.M.U. netters 5 to 0. 



Fred Alter — Mi'iht\ atom of tlie tennis 
court . . . Entered active competition 
rather late in the season . . . Very capably 
lilled the position vacated by Carter . . . 
Played well in the dual matches in Mhich 
he competed . . . Made a fa\()ral)le im- 
pression at the Conference Meet. 

Qiiinn (imru'llv- l'\n\ci[ '"heads up " 
tennis throughout the entire season . . . 
Was an integral part of the machine that 
smashed out a spectacular victory over 
Tulane . . . Possesses a bewildering serve 
and a powerful overhead. 

Wilbur Hess Shows promise of follow- 
ing in his brothers footsteps . . . Was an 
inspiration to his older team-mates witii 
iiis steady, sound game . . . Has the fight- 
ing heart of a true athlete and played best 
under "fire." 

Henry Holden — Critics have compared 
his strokes with those of Vines . . . Car- 
ried \ines to deuce sets in a tournament 
up East . . . Game is built around fast, 
flat strokes which give the ball low' tra- 
jectory in clearing the net. 




FRESHMAN SPORTS 



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Kresliiiien enjovcil successful footl)all season . . . 
Played three games . . . Won two, tied other . . . 
Beat Lamar (lolli'fje 7-0 in first game . . . Next tied 
r.\l.(!. ()-() . . . I'.ndcd season hv defeating Allen 
\cadeni\ 13-0 . . . Ninneral awards made to: 
\V. 1). Agnor. Hilly Ard, Winfield Cook. John 
Franke. ,1. \\ . I'riedman. Ralph Miller. Donald 
llightouer. liol) Martin. Joe Morris. Wade ()«en, 
Roy R(n all. Harris Shelton, Ray Smith. i-Vank 
Steen. Joe Turner, and Elmer Wallace . . . Jinnuie 
Kitts" coached freshmen. 

Freshmen haskethall numerals were awarded 
to: Harris Lodge. William Orr. Wade Owen. Ray 
Smith. William Stanford. Jack Steele, and Frank 
Steen. 

Freshmen cross <'ountrv awards made to: Rohert 
Frazier. Peter kaminsky. (ieorge Loker. and 
(Jeorge Morris. 




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INTRAMURAL SPORTS 

Intranuiral athletic activities increased enor- 
mously past year . . . Under direction of Gilbert 
Hermance . . . Held tournaments in football, 
basketball, tennis, baseball, handball, pingpong 
. . . Went so far as to have horseshoe pitching con- 
test . . . Teams representing Academs. Engineers. 
Architects, P. E.'s. Pre-Meds. liand. and Rally 
Club participated. 






CROSS COUNTRY 

\ arsity cross c<)untr\ team did not fare so well 
as a team . . . Had one outstanding runner. Vernon 
O. Wilson . . . ()lii<'r mend)ers were Ziegler. I'on- 
tello, Horner, Griggs, LeGrande . . . First meet 
with Texas, October 28 . . . Texas won . . . Wilson 
of Rice placed second, Ziegler sixth . . . Lost to 
\.XM. Novend)er 18 . . . Wilson .miy Owl to 
plai-e . . . Again ran second ... In (conference meet 
Rice team placed third — only three teams entered 
. . . Consistent Wilson again placeil second. 



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As you, in consultation with your parents and friends 
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and friends, be fiappy to have you plan with us your 
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Operating Regular Liner Services — American Flag Steamers 



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OWNKRS 




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GENERAL OFFICES 
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COMPETENT 



SOUTH 

TEXAS 

COMMERCIAL 

NATIONAL 

BANK 



CLASS OF 1m;51 

(:o\<;ii iTi r. iTioxs 



Houston Land & Trust Company 





R. B. BOWEN & CO. 



Esprrson Uii ildint 



I\SrK WCK 



BONDS 



It takes the choieest of sweet and 
sour creams, skillfully blended to 
make Houston's finest butter. The 
flavor is distinctly different — sweet- 
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MORNING GLORY 
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Ncir FInvor 
A I 111 (irocrrs 



CorMpiitiictils of a Friend 



For ><)ur ohina ware. g;lass ware, 
dinner ware, novelties and gifts, in 
fact, a complete line of household 
utilities see that old R(dial>le Firm, 
thev will appreciate your trade. 

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Established 1879 
809-11 Prairie Avenue 



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f(Jeir \mi\v\na ifforfs^ diib spii^yoiC aclJievi.mcnfS'O 



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HOUSTON GETS THEM 

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HOISTON SETS THE PACE For An Entire 
Nation With These Glamorous . . . Girl-h'illed 
Produetions of Frivolity and \Ielod\I 

of course the great Stage Shoivs are at the 

METROPOLITAN '^;«f iir 



Houston's leading 
homefurnisliing store extends 
best wishes for success to 
RICE Students. 




FURNITURE 



Compliments of 

The Texas Investment 
Corporation 

Esperson Bldg. Houston. Texas 

W. M. BoHAN, President 



^OKK ICE AJACHINEKY COKI'OKATION 

^OKk. IVV. 

Sum lln\ csttMii I l('ail(|ii;iilcrs 
22Ul'IV\as \\ciiiu' I loiistoii. Texas 

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San \ntonio. lUmston. Harlingcn 

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TXSIRFS E AM) TITLES IN ALL PAR PS OF TEX \S 
ABSTRACTS OF TITLES 



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FAKKAK LUMBER COMPANY 



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2101 TiA \s \vi;nue 



PiiuNK CM-rioi. 1347 



SERVING 

Houston and South Texas 

with a dependahle, adequate 

and eeononiieal Eleetrie 

Service. 



HOUSTON LIGHTING & POWER 
COMPANY 



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Because of the largemindedness of its board of directors, tfie 








place given in its curricula to pure science, and its fiigh interpre- 








tation of its obligation to business .... we hold the Rice Institute 








in high regard. 








Especially, because we hold to similar ideals, do we appreciate 








the contribution of pure science and engineering principles 








which Rice Institute makes to the practical business of producing 








rotary drilling tools. 










REED ROLLER BIT CO. 

HOUSTON • TEXAS 


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Complimcnls of 

Kirby PelroleuJii Co. 



JOS. F. MEYER CO. 

Johhcrs of 

\{\A\\ ii\Ki)\\ \Ki; automoi'im; K(>i ipmknt 



}t()2-HI2 I'ltVNKI.lN VVE. 



Phone Preston 0146 



General Electric Supply Corporation 



W KSSKNDOIUK. NKI.MS X CO. 

.51 7 PUKSTON \\E. 



Kl\(;. wool) cK MOKKOW 

\ll<)riic\ s and ( Counselor,-; 

Sfii;i,i, IUiilding 

lloiISTON, TeXA.S 



COMPLIMENTS 



Houston Electric CoiiiDanv 



V 



Bert Gray. Prrsi<hrit 



CORRIGAN'S 

Jewelers 6IS Main 

WATCHES DIAMONDS 

Giiaranlrrd /( alrh Rrpairs 



I'lioiie Fairfax o331 



PERFECTO CLEANING & DYE WORKS 

Superior 11 orkniiitiship 

OHice and Plant 2817-1') Faiuiiii St. 



J. H. McDoiGAL 

Proprietor 



Houston, Texas 




M«avs in favor 
at {{ICE 



HAM 



Houston Packino; Co. 

"A Home [ndustrv" 
U. S. INSPECTED MEATS 



Tyler Commercial College 

and School of Business 

Administration 

'I'VI.KK. Tk\ \S 



Our AccouQtiiig Course, supervised by a Cerliliefl 
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Our method of presentation saves months of time and 
expense. No time is wasted in nonessentials. 

Write us today and let us explain the opiiorl uiiilies 
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D. F. Boyles. Jr., SecW-Treas. 



WE ARE KNOWN BY Ol R ^!i ORK 

liiiiiitifultite Cleanliiipss is the Priee of Pupiilaritv 

Constantly going places — seeing things — from morning iinlil 
night, is hard on clothes — But Pearl Laundry is NOT. We keep 
your clothes immaculately clean — we keep them in service longer. 

Pearl Laundry and Cleaners, Inc. 4705-11 Main Street 



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RICE INSTITUTE RINGS ARE CLASS RINGS OF CLASS 

Manufactured Bv 
EISENSTADT MANUFACTURING COMPANY 

Makers of Fitir .Icirclrv 

EXCLl Sl\ i:iA KOH rilK .IKWKl.KY TR\I)K 

Isk ) our JpHclcr for Mcrrluindisc Bearing This 'Vrndemnrl; 



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THE 



UNION NATIONAL BANK 



of 



Houston, Texas 



6ZFASHI?n 

'n7-19-21 \L\iN Hot STON. Texas 



HARRIS COUNTY 
IMPLEMENT CO. 

" John Deere Farm Machinery'' 
Fairfax 8298 2107 Walker 



Houston, Texas 



Just a friendly 



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from 



THE KIRBY THEATRE 



Always a Good Show 



"We Treat Your Clothes II kite" 

BiRKHAKT*!^ 

Laundry • Cleaning • Dyeing 



PICKED f^^^' "^ifidrtiiess by 




Hart Schaffner 
S^Marx 
Clothes 



Hi ii,iiin<; 



COLLEGE MEN 

beat use . . . 

(]()lli'i;e men luni- Icariuil hi Ini-I this Ini^luiirlliv Irailf mark. 
1 1 V I heir giiaranlcc ol i|(ialil\ ami \ aliir . . . \lua\ s « ill be. 

beeuuse . . . 

Hail Silia finer tK Marx antieipale liiiversil\ >l\le Irenils. anil 
are i|uaiifieil lo su|>])lv C()lle)ie men's elothes. 



LANDERS 

KING & SMITH 

.1 III' lldinc (if Hart ScIiuJJikt iK: Mary (.V«//(c.s. 

Houston, Texas 



lOKi 
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Kiiio'.^ Saiidu i<-li Slioj) 



HOUSTON LAW SCHOOL 



Jessk K. Moselkv 

I'rcsidfiil 



I'.wim; Wkri.kin 
iJt'an 



O/Jirrs 
1212 Seconil Nalional liank Bldg. 



To the 1934 Graduates 

we extend best ivishes 

for success. 



Whatever business or profession 
you nuiv follow, remember that 
the services of a Good bank ar<' 
of inestimable value. 



Th 



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National Bank of Commerce 



CAPITAL $3,500,000.00 



SURPLUS $2,000,000.00 



HOUSTON 
TEXAS 



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in an 

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Mamilmturiul h\ 

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(]oni|ian\ 

l'K)0-08 Oranj;.- SlriTl 

Dallas, Texas 



ST. KK(;iS CXNDIKS. INC. 
3300 Main St. 605 Fanmn St. 

Ye Old College Inn 

Is Miori* llian an i'alin<; place 
1 1 > pari (il \(iiir colli'-ie (la\s. 

EARLE M. NORTH 



Houston's Favorite Mans Store 



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812 \Ivi\ 



I'. I. Sri DDKRT 



Carroll Florist 

182(1 McKinney Ave. 
I'lione |-airfa\ T.! I I 

Houston. Texas 



MASSEY BUSINESS COLLEGE 
Miss A. M. Sum. ( lif-l'ics. 



MA. 



Smart Shop 

^^ ■ ^rrr 

llouslon's Sinarlcsl Slictp 
for I he co-tMls. 



TEXAS CHEMICAL COMPANY 



Mdiiiilactitrers of llnwy Chemicals 

Executive and Sales Office 
HousTO^'. Tkxas 



Houston 



Fort Worth 



Factories 
- Baton Kouge, La. 



Bastrop. La. 



Cdinpliiiienls 

Mimeograph Sales and 
Supply Company 

714 McKlNN'EY AVENI E 

Fairfax 7700 



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Genuine A. 15. Uick Minie(j^ra|)hs 
Supplies and Service 



We desiu;n. engrave, print, and liind 
liooks ol everv descriplion 

as well as magazines. Iumklei^. cir(ular> 

broadsides, window displays 

and posters 

Tin; I.VKKSIUF I'KE.SS 

R. K. DONNELLEY 
& SONS COMPANY 

t*r'mters. Biiul*-rs . Eiiiiravers. Desi^'iiers . LiLhofjraphers 
.'150 East 22ni> Strke'I'. Cnu:Af;o. [i.i.i.nois 

Eastern Snlrs Offu-c: .SU.") Easl t.iLh SI.. Nfw York City 



Booksellers to Houston for over 
37 Years 



IOI4 TEXAS AVE (NEAR main i 
Books Stationerj-Oills 



Lcndins Library 



Sclioiil Supplies 



Thomas Kice & Com])any 

Steanisliip Agents 
Galveston Hoi ston Corpus Christf 

Cahli- Address: "Rice" 



pk; stands 






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THE CO-OP 




HOME — »*trr-- 1 KIKNIJS 


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EAT A PIG SANDWICH 


1 laiiiiiicriiiill lioiid 
\ eiiioii .Notcl)o<)k.s 






WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC 


I'Acello Data Paper 




SUPPLY CO. 


Peiinaiits 




190.5 Kuiz Street 


Slati(iiier\ 

Sii|)|)lies 




Houston, Texas 








KAIIN >.V iiK well 






Attorni'Ys III Liiir 




SIMON H. JOHNSON, Inc. 




AtWATEK KkM \{ M)l<) 




('iiiiiiiliniciils iij 


STKAUS-FKANK CO. 




A FRIEND 


Iloiistoii. Texas 
liiiiilcur lli'iiihjiKirloi s 






Ciiinjiliiuciils (if 






RKICII \KI)i' ELECTRIC CO. 





COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND 



^hc ©Dblcs 

W III I'M WS \M) MISS S\^ I.OKS CVNDV 
:ilUU M vi.N Stki:i:t Phonks 11 u)Lia 2 101-:; 102 

1' iiM' l)(li\ crx Sii\ ice 

' htvrv SfTiifv ) 1H1 IwjH'vi fif tt (fiiml l)niii Storo'^ 

Tin- iiifcliiig place of the Kicc gradiiatrs and imdergradiiates 


Natlian's clotiics an- aiitliciilicalK stvli-d 
for college \ oim-; iiicii. 

SUITS. HATS. SHOES 
AND MENS FURNISHINGS 

IVT f 1 9 


W Ml). CLEVELAND & SONS 


M VUm PKOOl CE COMPAiN^ 


MAIN AT CAPlTOL 


PINCIS iK JAKEir DRY (;<)()DS CO. i 


J. K. DECKEK cS: SONS SALES CO 


A. ,1. EPPLE 


LAWSON-S FLOWERS 

Corsages anil wedding hoiKpicts 
for all occasions 

MctionEN AT Fannin Eaikkw '.Viil 


BUFORD GOODWIN & CO. 


Massey Business Colleo;e 

"I'lic Coiirsr III Success" 


Mu>M\ Bll^in(■ss (^ollc^r is condiiilcd In render llie i;realesl possiMe service lo Noiiny men 
and women for the lowest tuition cliar^ic praelicalile. 

We never knowingly permit a student to leave Masse\ not completely satisfied. To assure 
absolute satisfaction, all students enrolling in Massey may pay the tuition only with the 
distinct understanding that if at the end of the first iii-inth they are not thoroughly satisfied 
with ( \ cr\ phase of the school, all tiiilion paid « ill he rchmdcil to them. 



HOUSTON NATIONAL BANK 



Houston. Texas 



Rice Students . . . 



Thank you for llie Imsiness placed witli Slar Kiifiraving (l<>m|(anv. 
As a Houston iiianufarliirfr. it pleases us to serve Houston Kduca- 
lional Institutions. Vt e especially appreciate tlii" opportunity of 
designing; and manufacturing Conimcmvinenl Invilnlions for (he 
Class of l'»:5 1. 



Lindsey Blayney, Jr. 

representing 

St\i! Kngrvving CoMPwy 
(I Houston iiiaiiufdctitrri 









fT The True DistiDclinii of a Hire Man 

BECKMAN-SMITH, Inc. 

Tailored Suits 

Kirschhauni X lloil\«ood (jlotiies 

Men's Wear 

10 Id \1 vi\ Lamar Hotel 


Compliint'iita nj 

HEIGHTS LUMBER YARD 

12') W h>T IHtm Strkkt Phone Fairfax 6118 


SAXET ICE CREAM CO. 


E. M. WISE 


SCHOENMANN PRODUCE CO. 


SOUTH TEXAS GRAIN CO. 


Professional men are cognizant of the unliniiled 
opportunities that are available in business and 
they stress the importance of a sound business 
training education to successfully coin|)ete with 
those who are already well equipped, (iomplete 
details, tuition and terms will be <|uotcd on re- 
quest. 

HOUSTON BUSINESS COLLEGE 

370f, M MN Street Lehigh OSS'* 

Houston, Texas 


Complimenls iif 

W. L. MACATEE & SONS, INC. 
Building Mntcriitis 


FREDERICK PRODUCE CO.. INC. 


THOMAS B. LEWIS 


j. H. MEEK. .(R. 


LYNCH DAVIDSON 



Cunipliinenls «/ 




EXCLUSIVE BUT INEXPENSIVE 



Ciiniplimi'iils (if 



CAMERON IRON WORKS 



THE TEXAS DENTAL COLLEGE 

A modern collepe willi iippioved iii('llii«ls 
of instruction 

/•(»;■ iiifi)ini(iti(iii ikIiIics^ llif 
DEAN 

Blodgett at Faninin HoiSTOiv. Trxas 

SOUTHWESTERN LIEE 

Registered Insurance 

Eafh Southweslcrn Life Poli<"y bears the following L-ertificale: "Tliis Policy is regislered, 
and approved securities equal in value to the Legal Reserve hereon are in IrusI by the 
r'.ninniissioner of Insurance of the Slate of Texas." 

INSURANCE STATEMENT AS OF DECEMBER 31. WSS 

Lift' Insurance in Force .S2.)}!,2f).").:^HI.0() 

Acciclenlal Dealh Benefit 112,485,970.0(1 

Life Insurance Writlen 1933 . tl.60!!,2 17.00 

SOUTHWESTERN LIFE INSURANCE CO. 

Assets $44,777,49.5.29 Ca]>ital & Surplus |6,.597,2 18.40 

Home Office: Dallas, Te\a.s 



M0NCK1EF-LEM)1K MANUFACTURING CO. 



Houston. Tk\\.s 



jiililxTs of (lorrufialt'd Iron. Harlifd Wire and Nails 



ALWAYS. . . the finest place 

in Houston to Dance 



HERBIE KAY 



OPENS MAY 25 



RICE ROOF GARDEN 



('.onifiliiiicnls (if 



Shepherd Lauiulries Ca). 



Houston. Hi; \i mont. Svn Antonio 



Ciiii/iiratulalions lo the Seniors 

A cordial welcome awaits you at 

SOUTH MAIN BAPTIST CHURCH 

Main at Eagle 

Dr. M. M. Wolf, Pastor 



//( (tpprrcKilion for ihc j><itr<unte.v of Rice sliiilciils 


(lit ri nil llx' past ycitr 


TEXAS PHOTO SUPPLY CO. 


1019 Main Street 


Phone Fairfax 8124 Night Phone Lehigh 53Q1 


Coiiijiimiciils (Uid best icislics for .snrcc.s.s lo llic 


GRADUATES OF 1934 


JESSE H. JONES 


INTERESTS 


Houston Ten as 


' 


Try our Douhie (iiant Cahfornia 


HOGAN-ALLNOGH 


Zinnia Seed 


Dry Goods Company 


Pels and Pel Supplies 
of all Kinds 


WHOLESALE 


i 


Houston, Texas 


Houston Seed Go., Inc. 




705 Travis Street Fairfax 8624 



RICE AND HOUSTON 

1 lie ( !liaiiilicr ol ( .omnicrcc lias al\\a\s Ix't'ii iiilcrcslci] in (lie pro- 
motion of a closer rclatioiisliip hctwccn 'V\\c Uicc liisliliitf and llic 
bnsinoss men of Houston. Our \tlilotic ( loniiniltco lias sponsored 
several activities in the interest of a more intensive snpport of Rice's 
alldeiic pro^rraui ;|,i,J t|i,. organization as a \\liole stands read\ lo lie 
litljpjid in e\ er\ jiossilde waN . 

HOUSTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 




he tUarurtch.^ ]r,,|. |,|;,n^ a ^ ear l{iee lnslilul<' and the \X arwiek have 
he<'ii neii.'lil)ors and frientis. both ever ready to lend a helpinfi; hand 
lo the other. We of the Warwick keenly regret the passing of each 
Senior ( llass. \cl with almost ecpial keenness do mc anticipate the 
coming of a new (lock of friends. It is our sincerest ncighborlv wish 
I ha I we ma\ lia\ c a<ld<'d a hit of <;aict ^ or corn en ie nee lo vonr colleiic 



life. 



The UTartuicbj 

no FEE AM) AlVAHTMENTS 

\\ licrc Miiiii Si reel \1 (■(■!> Ilcriiianii f'ark 
WMl.M I, (',. O'l, i:\HY. MiiiKiaci 



The lloM !•; of 

FINE S T A T I O >' K H Y 

(t r e e t i n i; (1 a ril s 

I Loose Leaf Books 

II E N G R A V I N (; 
i EMBOSSING 

■■ 1 Pl.;i.uir,- In Sl,„ir )<,u" 



Wilson Stvtiomohv i'< I'hinhm. ( !o. 
i'ralrlc al fanniri 



CuMI'LIAIE-NTS Of V 1' KIEND 



Education does not stop at a 

college degree .... 

in fact it really begins 



A college education is worth "its weight in gold" in pr<'- 
paring one for the "Education of Experience." 

These things we would impress as heing the real education 
of the Future; interest in and knowledge of your fellow man; 
an active part in civic affairs; a practice of ethics in vour 
chosen field that does credit to vour profession or husiness; 
to keep "posted" on all tilings worlhwhile; to keep husv 
and keep trying even when things look iiopeless. 

All this merely means that we do not live alone and thai 
success is not necessarily the acquisition of uealth. 



Rogers -Gano Advertising Agency, Inc. 

Bankers Mortgage Building — Houston 
(Complete Advertising Service) 



Rice Graduates 






W E CONGRATULATE YOU . . . and remember ... 
when in doubt as to your wearing apparel . . . conx' to 
tiic Maskan . . . Styles are always authentic . . . Quality 
anil Price . . . Right. 


FCRS AM) hi: \r)V-TO-WKAR 

606 MAIN 


(:()^(;K\l'l i.vrioNfs and best wishks ro tiih: 

1934 GRADUATES 

Ml throiifrli life, yoii will find that the services of 

Natikal Gas contribute to your 

comlorl convenience 

K. B. Creager. Receiver 

Houslon Gas and Fuel (Company 


HOMES AND INI ESTMENTS 

Jdiin T. \m) W. Stewart Boyle, 

Manfifiers 

Real Estate Dejiarl incut 

G LA R Dl A N T RUST COM PA NY 


SCHWARTZBERG'S 

Choice Foods (roiii l\\('r\ w her<' 

" ('.(ilerinii (i Specitilly" 

2901 Main, at Tuam F. 7666 

Restaurant and Delii-atessen 



HUGHES TOOL CO. 

HOUSTON 



Manufacturers of patented 
oil field tools such as 



ROCK BITS 



TOOL JOINTS 



CORE BITS 



VALVES 



There is not an oil field in the world that 
does not knon- Hughes Tools 



AMERICA'S FI\ESr MATTRESS 

"Spring-Air' 

i'ciiinri'd ai "\ Centvry of Progress" 

Miiiiiiliiiliircd and Suld in Ihiusldii hy 

PARKER Bedding (:..m|.anv 

Drive "Just Across the \ iailuel 
310 N. ^r^T^' 
Sprin^-iir I'oiiilorl II ill \iil Ditiiinisli II illi I se 



Ciiiiif)liiii<'iils <>l 



AllU-CONTJNENT MUD CO. 



OUALITY 



FASHION 



VALUE 




LLVy BKOS. DRY GOODS CO. 



■Houston's Leading Depfirtment Store for 47 Years'' 



W. U. CURTIN & COMPANY. INC. 

Retail — Wholesale — Export 
T>aliiiratiir\ \[p])aratiis anf] Reagents 

Houston, Texas 



Coiiiirntulntioits 

UNIVERSITY CLASS OF 
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

Mrs. R. W. Jenkins 




Take care 
of the Man You're 
Going to be! 



A. 



You're on the threshold of a man's estate 
figuratively speaking . . . make it literal! 

Act now to build your own estate, to guarantee 
an income for the man you're going to be 10, 
20, 30 years from now. You can do it with a Life 
Insurance endowment policy, or an annuity. Let 
us tell you how. No obligation, of course. 

ۥ Tex Bayless 

and jA.«sociates 




910 Sterling Building 



Preston 4118 



WE HOLD RirE IXSTITUTE 

in hi if It t'Vfiafd 

|);iili( uI.iiIn lit'cause ol its cotilrilmlion to engineering as upplii'il 
lo tlu' design and perfeelion of oil field tools and equipment. 



J. H. .^Ic'EVOY & I OMPA^Y 



Texas vt MiLuii 



lloLSTO-N. Texas 




ADMIRATION 

the choice of those tvho 
liiioic (I ltd lore fine coffee 

Coffee is more than a beverage — 
it is a symbol of hospitality, doubly 
enhanced by the serving of AD- 
MIRATION— 

"BECAUSE IT TASTES BETTER" 



n r X r a iv v o f f e e to m p x\ w y 



(.oiitplunciils of 

Graybar Electric Company 



Coniplinienls of a friend 



James Bute Company 

PAIiMS AIWl) WALL PAPER 

McKiiini'\ anil ( !an)line 

Phone Fairfax t).i71 



1850 



t 



/ETNA-IZE I 

//Jim X t 



1934 



PAST PERFORMANCE AND 
FUTURE ASSURANCE 

The difficulties that liave beset the 
hiisiiiess world during the past three 
years are hut repetitions of nianv suc- 
cessive tests that have confronted the 
AETNA LIFE INSURANCE COM- 
PANY. During more than EIGHTY 
\ EARS of economic ups and downs, 
AETNA has kept FAITH with its poli- 
cyholders. Today, the AETNA offers 
insurance protection, backed bv un- 
questioned FINANCIAL DEPEND- 
ABILITY. 

Jos. S. Smith. General Agent 
AETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO. 

3019-23 Gulf Building— Houston 



CoinpliiiK'iits (if 



POLLARD CHEVROLET COMPANY 




As The Years 
Go By: 

. . . and \(>n rriall \inir main happy 
davs at Rice . . . and VDiir pleasant as- 
sociations in Houston . . . We trust 
that (his store ina\ lie among your 
cherished memories. 

Sakowilz is widely recognized as one 
of Vmerica's really fine stores . . . and 
we hope, that as such, it will he remem- 
bered hv you througii all liie \ear> to 
come. 

Speciiiliziiiil in (ipjxiri'l iind ticrcssorics 
for men, iianien und children. 

^akowitz^ro^ 



n\ M \IN \l' HI SK 



Guardian Trust Company 



ESPFRSO\ lUTLDING 



HOUSTON. TEWS 



EXAMINATION QUESTIONS 

1. \\ IkiI -liiiiilil 1)1' a ( j)ll('j;t> inaii's first invesliiiciit'r' 

l!. Mow can a College man ereali- an iinnicdiale cslale ofSlO-OllO l)\ paving only 1 ' 2' o annual 

inleic-l'.' 
3. Name an investment that can lie liiiiij;lil imi (lie ln~lalrri<'ril plan ami malnre for its hill \ahie 

whether the hu\er lives or die^.' 
I. What l\ |ic dT in\ eslment best nicels ihc roildw hig tests: 

(aj Safet// ([>} Liijuidily? (e) (iiiaranli-ed market \ahie'.' (d) ReiiularilN d' deposits? (e) Kair 

retnrn'.' 
1. What in\ e,-lmi'Til rcipiirer- health and eharacler ahea<l ol money? 
(>. What iiiM^lmenl ha- lieen uorlli 100 cents on the dollar all ihrou^^li the depression.'' 

Ihe IMON CKlNTKAL Lll-'K INSLRAMCK C:()MI'\^^ of Cineimiati. Ohio, lias given a 
i;nod answer to tliesi' ipii'stions lor ni'arK three <piart<'rs ol aeentnr\. Testi'd hv wars. e|)idemics, 
and panics, it ha- fiillllii-d c\er\ ohligalion promgilU. pa\ing out over six hnndred million liollars 
lo it- policN holders an<l their heneliciaries. 

^ on are in\ited to visit ns ami discuss life insnrani'e as an iii\e-lment. or life insurance as a career. 
Ilic I \|(>N CENTRM. is glad lo |)ay its respects to W . II. Winn, leading representative (d' the 
llnu-lori ( tlllic and a graduate of The Riei- In-litnle. class of l')2.'). 



WILLIAM HARRISON, General Agent 



812 Kspirson Hiillding 



Capitol :-,:m'< 



Compliments of 
WARREN W. BATES 


Compliments of 

CURTIS COMPANY 

FISK TIRE DISTRIBUTORS 


W. R. ZANES AND COMPANY 


Good Wishes to Rice Student Body 
and Faculty 

▼ 
GULF BREWING CO. 

Houston 


Frantz Brogniez, President 
Frank Brogniez, J ice President 


Cimiplimenls iif 

CLARK-EHRE PRODUCE CO. 


Compliments of 
JOHN H. CROOKER 


MERCHANTS COOP. CROC. & 
PRODUCE CO. 



C.omplinu'iits of 

TEXAS ICE & 
FUEL CO. 


Traylor Sign Company 

I0(»() Kl SK \VKNUE 

Phone Fairfax 0249 


First National Bank in Houston 

lakrs lliis ()[p|i(irl iiiiil \ lo t'\|ircss its sincfrc f^oml uislies 
Id the sludfiits of Kicr liislitiitc. 

\hi\ llif years lo coiik' offer you e\er inereasiiif; anil 
enlarged o[>|i<>rliniilies for nsefulness in \our eliosen 
field ol endi'aN or. 

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

IN HOUSTON 


P. H. S. TOBACCO CO. 

POKTINA CIGARS 


Compliiiienls of a Friend 



GINN & JENKINS 
Se V Food Markkt 

llaiiip.siiau Building 
Annex to Farmer's Market 



('.<)iii[>lini<'nls of 
JOHN F. SLOAN 



C,<iiiif>lini<'iils i>j 

LE BLANC'S 

\'M.\ Main Street 



STORE 

c ify 

■in ///fM'//fft 

STATE 




Foley Bros. 



Mitchell -Hippard- [Hedge, Inc. 

"A Department Store for llie Car" 

Distributors jDr 
L . S. TIRES 



Milam al Lamar 



I'resloii ()31() 



Henke & Pillot. Tnc 

(iKOCEKS 

M08T OF THK HKST FOK INK I'UKI-; 



HOUSTON ICE AND COLD 
STORAGE CO. 

lOH \\ ashington Avenue 



Southern Importers & Exporters 
200 Fannin Bldg. 



Dii. IIk.h C. Wel.sm 



Di{. ,1 vcK R. \\ iN.vroN 



COLONIAL FLOWER SIIOI'I'K 

Mrs. Pearl Nelson 

Mrs. Ellis Ryan 

HoKcrs for 411 Oiaisions 

200 Riehmoii.l Koad lladley 3200 

Houston. Texas 



C.onipliiiii'iils 

ROULANDE 
STUDIO 

T 

A('!C LllCdiidll 

3305 Main Street 


Us 

cyiolivicoocl -J inner 

' m 

AT CALVES ION 

Jar llii' tciiic iif 

MUSIC 

DANCING 

DINING 

ENTERTAINMENT 

Under Direclion of 
Sam AIaceo 

The ^luiirl (id ]l(ill\U(ni(l 


(.iiinpliiufiils i)f 
WILLIAMS. LEE. SEARS cV KENNERLY 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW 

I'clrolciiiii Buililing, Houston, Texas 

KHKI) L. \MI.LI\MS W. H. BLADES T. E. KENNERLY 
TKSSE J. LEE FRED \\ . MUOKE ROBERT >. WILLIAJIS 
(;E0. D. SEARS ALAN B. CAMERON OSCAR C. DANCY, JR. 
IRL F. KENNERLY SAM H. FISI1E15 


MRS. ESPERSON STEWART 


BERING-CORTES 
HARDWARE GO. 

Fine Harduure 

Prairie Ave. I'lioiic 
and Preston 
Vlilaiii St. 1261 


J.WEINGARTEN.lnc. 




THE REIN COMPANY 



B r F F A L O » K 1 V F • II O I S T O N • T F X A S 



PRODUCERS OF FINE COLLEGE ANNUALS 



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